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Strength to Grab Ourselves

Summary: Many are still encounter stereotyping. Stereotypes can be positive or negative, but they are often unfair and misleading because they are simplified and fixed images of all members of a culture or group. In Tom Musca and Ramon Menendez's Stand and Deliver, 18 students from Garfield High School, come from the poor and less-educated Mexican-American families, are not expected to pass the Advanced Placement (A.P.) test and are being accused of cheating during the test.
Strength to Grab Ourselves

Although we are living in a civil society, many are still encounter stereotypes. Stereotypes can be positive or negative, but they are often unfair and misleading because they are simplified and fixed images of all members of a culture or group (base on race, religion, ethnicity, age, gender, national origins). For example, in Tom Musca and Ramon Menendez's Stand and Deliver, 18 students from Garfield High School, come from the poor and less-educated Mexican-American families, are not expected to pass the Advanced Placement (A.P.) test and are being accused of cheating during the test. Despite the frustrations and pressure of facing real life adversities, and along with Jaime Escalante's help, they have proven whom they really can be: a group of well-educated students with bright future ahead of them. Another example is in "Model Minority" by Felicia R. Lee, she shows how others view...

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