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diversity in the U.S. primarily by looking at differences in opportunities and outcomes between rich and poor (social class inequality), white people and people of color (race and ethnic inequality) and men and women (gender inequality).(3 pages)

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Final Exam Question:

We have studied diversity in the U.S. primarily by looking at differences in opportunities and outcomes between rich and poor (social class inequality), white people and people of color (race and ethnic inequality) and men and women (gender inequality). Based on the readings in the course, discuss in detail three ways that class and race/ethnic and gender inequality are similar. Then discuss one way in which each type of inequality is unique or dissimilar to the others.
Only use the below sources to write your paper. You may use any of them as long as they support your writing. You don’t have to use all of them. But these are all your choices. Use a minimum of 4 to -7 sources so long as to write the essay well.
Imagine a Country: By Holly Sklar
http://zcomm.org/zmagazine/imagine-a-country-life-in-the-new-millenium-by-holly-sklar/
Can We Talk By: Beverly Daniel Tatum
http://wmbranchout.files.wordpress.com/2011/12/defining-racism-beverly-daniel-tatum.pdf

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Gender, race and income inequalities have increased stratification of the society into groups. The separate groups are identified by their unique characteristics and attitudes towards each other. Despite constant struggles by the government to enhance equality, there have been serious setbacks in finding a lasting solution (Ehrenreich & Ehrenreich 2011). However, Race, gender and income inequality…………………..

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