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    Perspectives of three different cultural groups within the U.S.

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    o Select one of the following U.S. public policy issues in which cultural values within the U.S. may influence individual or group views.
    o Compare and contrast the perspectives of three different cultural groups within the U.S. and explain and support with research source material how cultural values contribute to these perspectives:
     o Immigration reform
     o Family planning service access
     o Affirmative active in higher education
     o Affirmative action in the workplace.
    Use at least three sources,

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    http://www.nps.gov/brvb/index.htm

    http://harvardcrcl.org/affirmative-action-and-exclusion-how-race-based-admissions-impact-asian-americans/

    http://www.pewresearch.org/fact-tank/2014/04/24/more-hispanics-blacks-enrolling-in-college-but-lag-in-bachelors-degrees/

    o Select one of the following U.S. public policy issues in which cultural values within the U.S. may influence individual or group views.
    o Compare and contrast the perspectives of three different cultural groups within the U.S. and explain and support with research source material how cultural values contribute to these perspectives:

    When affirmative action in the workplace or education is analyzed, there are different viewpoints that emanate from historical experiences, actions, and beliefs. It is a reason that Black Americans think positively about affirmative action as they have been victims of racism and unjust policies that deliberately have excluded them from upward mobility in society. America has consistently created obstacles for African Americans in regard to education and the workforce, and these have been created to deliberately deny entry to this demographic. Education is the key to social and economic prosperity, and since the end of slavery, the American system that is dominated by white males, has sought to stymie the progress of African Americans by blocking access to quality education.

    Jim Crow in the South is the most recognized version of this approach wherein governors' of some ...

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