My series continues 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 firstname.lastname@example.org, and you might see it reposted in a future issue of “The Diversity Quiz Factor!”
-Carole Copeland Thomas
Below are 5 Questions With 6 Different Responses. All Answers Are Below.
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1. What TWO religions may have challenges with employees working late on Friday night through Saturday evening?
_____b. Seventh Day Adventists
_____c. Some Jewish Employees
2. How many languages are there in the world?
3. What is the preferred term?
_____b. African American
_____c. It depends. Both terms are acceptable
4. Who is the revered civil rights leader in the Latino community?
_____a. Marco Polo
_____b. Cesar Chavez
_____c. Ricky Martin
_____d. Celia Cruz
5. When did diversity start in the US
_____c. From the very beginning America has always been a diverse country.
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1. b. Seventh Day Adventists
c. Some Jewish Employees (such as Orthodox Jews)
2. c. 6500+
3. It depends. Both terms are acceptable. Some will prefer the word "black." Others will want to be called "African Americans." If the opportunity presents itself, ASK the person which term they prefer.
4. b. Cesar Chavez. A courageous Mexican American who along with Delores Huerta co-founded the National Farm Workers Association in 1962.
5. c. From the very beginning, America has always been a diverse country. Remember the European explorers who came to the "Americas" found indigenous people who had populated the Americas for thousands of years.
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Carole Copeland Thomas is a 27 year speaker, trainer and consultant specializing in global diversity, empowerment, multiculturalism and leadership issues.