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Multicultural Matrix and Analysis Worksheet
Part I: Select and identify six groups in the left-hand column. Complete the matrix. Part II: Write a summary.
Part III: Format references consistent with APA guidelines.
Part I: Matrix
What is the group’s history in the United States?
What is the group’s population in the United States?
What are some attitudes and customs people of this group may practice?
What is something you admire about this group’s people, lifestyle, or society? 1.
There are many different Native American tribes and each one is unique. Some Native American history is taught in school. We most commonly know of the Sacagawea and how they helped Lewis and Clark. Native Americans have also had to fight a battle to earn their own rights and freedom. The Indian Reorganization Act of 1934 gave Indians privileges to education, roads, and healthcare like we all should have.
There are over 30,000 Native Americans living in 16 urban areas of the United States, according to the Bureau of the Census
Native Americans are typically patient. They live a very spiritual lifestyle. They are also group oriented
I admire their fight to keep their history and legacy alive. So many of their people have moved on with society, but their spirituality stays strong to their heritage. 2.
The first African arrived in united states in 1619 as indentured servant and settled in Jamestown (Virginia). After that more and more African were brought for the purpose of slavery and working labor and they treated as slaver (1). After sometime they could legally raised crops and cattle to purchase their freedom. Africans raised families, marring other African and many time intermarrying with native Americans and English settlers. During the 1770s, they helped rebellious English colonists’ secure American independence by defeating the British in the American revolution. James Armistead who was an African American played a very big role in 1781 Yorktown victory. Prince Whipple and Oliver Cromwell were some other prominent African American who was depicted in the front of the boat in George Washington’s famous 1776 crossing the Delaware portrait. During the American civil war, the American president Abraham Lincoln signed emancipation proclamation and declared under this proclamation that all slave in state which had seceded from the union were free. This is the whole history of African American in united state.
The total population of African American in united states is 37,000.000. This is the 12 % of total population of united states. The population of non-Hispanic black is 36,701,103 and the population of black Hispanic is 884, 947.
The African American culture is very important in American culture because African American culture affected the American culture at very large scale. The African culture had brought by African people who came here as a servant and contributed in American culture. Due to slavery and persistence of racial discrimination, the African American culture developed separately from mainstream of American culture. Today the African American culture is significant part of USA. Their music is rooted in polyrhythmic music of ethnic group of Africa. The song ‘lift every voice and sing’ is sang by many African American in addition to the national anthem, “the star- spangled banner”.
The body structure of African Americans are very strong, due to this body structure they have much working stamina. I appreciate this quality of this group. Their lifestyle is dominated by African culture. African American culture in last past years has become very popular in all America. Some part of African American culture like as hair style, fashion language, music and arts strongly established as a part of American way of life. These parts of African American life style are very attractive and appreciated by others. 3.
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