1. Briefly describe the activity/event and what was presented or discussed. Incl

1. Briefly describe the activity/event and what was presented or discussed. Include the date, time, place, and type of activity/event. You must also identify a social, economic, or political justice issue related to each type of activity/event. 2. Reflect critically on the new information you gained about diversity; discuss your preconceptions, bias, and/or stereotypes that… Continue reading 1. Briefly describe the activity/event and what was presented or discussed. Incl

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The performances don’t have to be live-streamed, however, they must be actual performances with live performers, e.g. a concert, music festival, live TV, etc. Classical music and world music are not acceptable. Music videos are not acceptable. The music must be an integral part of the performance, not just background or incidental, e.g. watching a… Continue reading The performances don’t have to be live-streamed, however, they must be actual pe

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As Artificial Intelligence (AI) technology advances rapidly, it promises to radi

As Artificial Intelligence (AI) technology advances rapidly, it promises to radically transform many areas of human life, including healthcare, education, science, and warfare. With respect to the latter, in particular, some governments and private companies around the world are currently working on developing Lethal Autonomous Weapons Systems (LAWS). A United States’ Department of Defense Directive… Continue reading As Artificial Intelligence (AI) technology advances rapidly, it promises to radi

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Watch this video. Links to an external site. that discusses the idea of the Decl

Watch this video. Links to an external site. that discusses the idea of the Declaration of Human Rights. Then, compare and contrast the civil rights and human rights approaches to advocating for racial justice. Which approach do you believe holds the greatest potential of eradicating racial inequality? Why? How do other systems of oppression like… Continue reading Watch this video. Links to an external site. that discusses the idea of the Decl

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internship site: child day care and aftercare program Capstone topic: children a

internship site: child day care and aftercare program Capstone topic: children at risk of abuse or neglect 150 words Internship Prompt: What personal or professional qualities have you observed that would make someone successful in the Human Services field? Capstone Prompt: Pilot test your data collection instrument on our class by uploading your instrument and… Continue reading internship site: child day care and aftercare program
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BACKGROUND Utilitarianism uplifts ‘the greatest happiness principle’ and asks us

BACKGROUND Utilitarianism uplifts ‘the greatest happiness principle’ and asks us to measure the consequences of our actions above all else. But then the next question arrives, who and what counts as consequential, especially as we consider large-scale problems such as climate injustice? In one of this week’s readings, philosopher Kyle Whyte reflects on the stories… Continue reading BACKGROUND
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Write a 250- to 300-word response to the following: Explain 3–5 ways that you o

Write a 250- to 300-word response to the following: Explain 3–5 ways that you or your faculty exemplify each of the following: Cognitively challenge students to think critically Support student learning rather than just assesses retention of knowledge to provide a grade Support instruction to aid learning Reduce potential biases to equitably serve all students… Continue reading Write a 250- to 300-word response to the following:
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BACKGROUND Utilitarianism uplifts ‘the greatest happiness principle’ and asks us

BACKGROUND Utilitarianism uplifts ‘the greatest happiness principle’ and asks us to measure the consequences of our actions above all else. But then the next question arrives, who and what counts as consequential, especially as we consider large-scale problems such as climate injustice? In one of this week’s readings, philosopher Kyle Whyte reflects on the stories… Continue reading BACKGROUND
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internship site: child day care and aftercare program Capstone topic: children a

internship site: child day care and aftercare program Capstone topic: children at risk of abuse or neglect 150 words Internship Prompt: What personal or professional qualities have you observed that would make someone successful in the Human Services field? Capstone Prompt: Pilot test your data collection instrument on our class by uploading your instrument and… Continue reading internship site: child day care and aftercare program
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