INP3224 Keiser Managing Diversity Hispanics Groups Presentation

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  • INP3224 Managing Diversity Course ProjectPower Point PresentationThis month you are to develop a power point presentation on one of the minority groups discussed in our text. You may also choose another minority group not mentioned in our text. The presentation is due by Sunday of Week 3. I want you to have fun with this project. Prepare the presentation as if you were developing it for and educational or workplace seminar.
    • I suggest using several pictures throughout your presentation. Make sure to include at least one picture or graphic per section. A power point presentation looks dull with few pictures and a lot of text.
    • I suggest putting the heading of each category on or before the slides in that group, so I know what category each slide is in.
    • Please follow the order that is listed below. Make sure your slides stay in order.
    Part 1 Introduction of Minority Group: 2 to 3 slides introducing the minority group. This may include things like pictures, symbols, or any cultural characteristics representing the minority group you are researching. Part 2 – Key Facts: 2 to 3 slides mentioning some of the relevant key facts outlined by the chapter or research. Part 3 – History of Minority Group in the US: 2 to 3 slides describing the history of the minority group in the US. Part 4 – Relevant Legislation: 2 to 3 slides describing relevant legislation. Part 5 – Population: 2 to 3 slides describing the population of the minority group in the US. Part 6 – Education, Employment, and Earnings: 2 to 3 slides describing the education levels, employment, and earnings of the minority group. Part 7 – Stereotypes: 2 to 3 slides describing the stereotypes associated with this minority group in the US. Part 8 – Strengths: 2 to 3 slides describing some strengths of this minority group. Part 9 – Reference Slide: Please conclude your presentation with a reference slide. This presentation is worth 20 % of your grade. Please submit your presentation via the Course Project assignment link found in Week 3 by Sunday of Week 3

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School: UC Berkeley


Managing Diversity: A Study of
Minority Groups-Hispanics

Part 1: Introduction of Minority
• The Latinos-diverse group of
• Originate from Spanish
speaking states in Latin
America, Spain and the
• The Latino population-close
to 58 million in 2016
• Accounted for half of the
national population growth
from the 2000s
• The Spanish language is the
second most widely spoken
language in America

Part 1: Introduction of Minority Group

Part 2: Key Facts
• As of 2016-Hispanics
were the single largest
racial/ethnic group
• Accounted for 18% of
the U.S population
• Language that U.S
Latinos speak varies
• Based on the status of
nativity across the
Latino ethnic group

Part 2: Key Facts
• Nearly half of all Latinos
are bilingual-speak both
English well and Spanish
while at home.
• 31% are monolingualSpanish they speak
Spanish at home and very
little English
• 21% are monolingual
English speaker-they
speak English at home
(Saenz, 2010).

Part 3: History of Minority Group in
the US
• Earliest Latino group to have become American
citizens were Mexicans
• Stayed in U.S following the 1845 annexation of the
State of Texas following Guadalupe Hidalgo Treaty
• In 1853 President of Mexico Antonio Lopez Santa
Anna sold part of the land to the U.S
• Areas sold: New Mexico, Arizona, Yuma, and Mesilla

Part 3: History of Minority Group in
the US
• 1868-14th Amen...

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