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BB - Cultural Diversity/Cross Cultural Practices: Breaking Barriers, Widening Perspectives Post Test

Psychologist, Ohio MFT and Counselor Post Test:
Only Psychologists, Ohio MFT's and Ohio Counselors taking this course for credit need to complete these additional questions below to be in compliance with their Boards. requirements. If you are not a psychologist, Ohio MFT or Ohio Counselor please return to the original Answer Booklet. You do not need to complete the additional questions below.

Course Content Manual Questions The answer to Question 1 is found in Section 1 of the Course Content. The Answer to Question 2 is found in Section 2 of the Course Content... and so on. Select correct answer from below. Place letter on the blank line before the corresponding question

Please note every section does not have an additional question below. Some sections may have more than one question.

Questions:

16.1 Who were part of the “Five Civilized Tribes?”
16.2 Why were these groups called “Five Civilzed Tribes?”
16.3 What was the journey of the “Five Civilized Tribes” called?
16.4 What was the San Creek Massacre?
16.5 Who who fell to Sitting Bull’s Sioux warriors at the Battle of Little Big Horn in 1876?
16.6 Who rode through a blinding blizzard to bring help to Fort Phil Kearny in Wyoming, besieged by the Sioux in 1867?
17.1 What two movements throughout the world gleefully adopted the cause of Holocaust denial-anything to hurt the Jew?
17.2 What still has the capacity to ignite people’s meanest feelings and distort thinking, as in the disturbing phenomenon of Holocaust denial?
17.3 What does the zeal and brutality, displayed by both the SS and ordinary Germans, involved in the extermination process attest to?
17.4 Which flies in the face of all documentary evidence demonstrates anew the fragility of human reason and the seemingly limitless capacity of the mind to embrace the most grotesque beliefs?
17.5 According to Perry and Schweitzer, what is one of the painful lessons of recent history?
17.6 Since the Civil War, why have the blacks been engaged in a vile conspiracy?
19.1 What is the condescending meaning of “Education is the answer"?
19.2 What does the “Bell Curve” show that people actually believe?
19.3 What did the white “intelligence” frauds tell the black children in McKinley?
19.4 What could become as intoxicating as getting along with the gang?
19.5 How many grants did Project Excellence give to each fifty-two youngsters?
19.6 What is a metaphor for the uprising that is yet to come?
20.1 Why did Trade in China open up in 1842?
20.2 Who were the early Chinese immigrants?
20.3 How did bands of contract “coolie” workers began to appear in the West?
20.4 By 1870, how many Chinese were in the USA?
20.5 What were some reasons for the deep prejudice the Chinese encountered?
20.6 Why did Chinese-Americans tend to rely on their own organizations?
21.1 Who led a band of 400 men, women, and children across the Rio Grande into a territory he called New Mexico?
21.2 What did many Anglos feel about Mexican children?
21.3 What were some reasons why Mexicans were slow to adopt American ways?
21.4 When did the bra cero program end?
21.5 What was the number of Mexican-Americans in the United States in 1990?
25.1 What are two examples of Nazi demonological myths?
25.2 According to Perry and Schweitzer, where did the demonization of the jews originate from?
25.3 According to Perry and Schweitzer, what determined the Nazi’s extermination policy?
25.4 According to Perry and Schweitzer, what most likely induced the Polish peasants and villagers to slaughter their Jewish neighbors?
25.5 What did the liberal Muslim theologian Khalid Duran deploringly remark about the ‘Common Man?’
25.6 Who neither promulgates nor endorses anti-Semitism?
Answers:

A. Because some lived like whites—were forced from their lands and ordered to march to Indian territory in what is now Oklahoma
AA. In the 1960s
B. Cherokees, Chickasaws, Choctaws, Creeks, and Seminoles
BB. Their homeland was nearby, most of them kept in contact with their relatives there, and many crossed and re-crossed the border repeatedly
C. In Colorado in 1864, soldiers killed two hundred Cheyennes, including women and children, who were trying to surrender.
CC. First, written in 1936, is from Julius Streicher’s Der Sturrner; the second is from a speech delivered by Joseph Goebbels at the Nuremberg party rally in 1937
D. The Trail of Tears
DD. More than thirteen million
E. “Portugee” Phillips
EE. Biological Racism
F. General George Armstrong Custer
FF. The Christian theology
G. Anti-semitism
GG. Influential people
H. Anti-semitic and neo-Nazi movements
HH. The medieval Christian myths of Christ killers, ritual murders, and sons of Satan
I. Holocaust denial
II. “The ‘Common Man’ in the Muslim world is mostly fearful and suspicious of Jews.”
J. The immense impact these myths had on people’s thinking
K. To misrepresent the antebellum labor system by calling it slavery
L. Is that the most absurd and hateful ideas, cleverly packaged and tirelessly repeated, do have an effect on people, particularly when Jews are the target
M. Education is not the answer, because African Americans can never absorb enough education.
N. When African Americans got more education and culture and were not “just out of the trees”
O. Praise and recognition by respected professionals
P. “You are dumb; God and evolution made you that way; those of you who show great intelligence are freaks, or impostors of white men and women.”
Q. Swam free full of rage
R. $4,000
S. Mostly men from working classes
T. Because the British defeated the Chinese in the Opium war
U. More than sixty-three thousand
V. When Chinese immigrants who had no knowledge of English or of American customs signed on with a labor contractor and worked under a Chinese foreman who had some knowledge of English and could arrange to find work
W. Because they could not be sure of equal treatment under American law
X. Appearance and customs
Y. That Mexican children should be separated from white children or perhaps not be educated at all
Z. The Spanish explorer Don Juan de Oñate

 
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