I have started this new series to keep you on your toes and to start the conversation within your network on race, diversity, multiculturalism, and inclusion. Each time we’ll pose specific questions to test your knowledge and to help stretch your understanding of the importance and subtleties of how we think, act, and engage with each other culturally, ethnically and personally.
So get your thinking caps out and get ready to expand your thinking one question at a time.
You’ll find all of the answers below.
Have a good question to pose? Send me an email at email@example.com, and you might see it reposted in a future issue of “The Diversity Quiz Factor!”
-Carole Copeland Thomas
Below are 5 Questions With 7 Different Responses. All Answers Are Below.
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1. How many people live in the United States? ______________________
2. How many people live in the world? ______________________
3. What Central American country did NOT participate in the US slave trade? _________________. Why didn’t it participate? _________________________
4a. What is a new preferred term for American Indians? ___________________________________
4b. What US City School Committee adopted to use this same term to replace Columbus Day? ________________________________
5. What is a standard definition of DIVERSITY?
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1. 328 million www.census.gov
2. 7.5 billion . www.census.gov
3. El Salvador
El. Salvador is the only Central American Country without an Atlantic Ocean coastline. It only has a Pacific Ocean coastline. The US slave trade was conducted throughout the Atlantic Ocean.
4a. Indigenous People . 4b. Indigenous Peoples Day - West Hartford, Connecticut Board of Education. They are probably the first school district in the country to change from Columbus Day to this new name. My daughter, Dr. Lorna Thomas Farquharson, is an elected member of this School Committee.
5. Diversity is the understanding, management, and implementation of differences AND similarities among people, cultures and communities around the world.
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Carole Copeland Thomas is a 27 year speaker, trainer and consultant specializing in global diversity, empowerment, multiculturalism and leadership issues.