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minorities [a part of a population that is different from others in some way] pluralism [a society in which diverse people participate] prejudice [a judgment formed about a person or group without enough knowledge] racism [belief that racial differences determine superiority] sensitivity [awareness of the needs of others] stereotype [an oversimplified opinion formed by associating people with a group] tolerance [openness and acceptance of different views]

Responsibility

Grade Six assumed [taken upon oneself without needing to be told] cholera [disease caused by bacteria in the intestines, usually from polluted water]

responsibility [following tasks to completion and being dependable for doing what you say you will do]

Grade Seven civic responsibility [a sense of responsibility toward the community] common good [promoting the welfare of the community; for the benefit of all] consequences [conclusions following specific actions] dependability [reliability; can be counted on to follow through] determination [commitment to get it done] nepotism [favoritism shown to relatives] perspective [viewpoint]

responsibility [following tasks to completion and being dependable for doing what you say you will do]

values [what is believed to be right; the basis for ethical action]

Grade Eight character [the ethical traits of a person] civic responsibility [a sense of responsibility toward the community] common good [promoting the welfare of the community; for the benefit of all] consequences [conclusions following specific actions] debate [formal structure for arguing two sides of an issue] dependability [reliability; can be counted on to follow through] Emancipation Proclamation [document declaring freedom of slaves]

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