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Based on views made while at school Teacher said I think you did a good job of sticking to facts so your topic avoids being offensive At first glance some people might consider this paper to be on the racial side however it was all written by observations made There are many differences between African Americans and Caucasians some people dont see the differences because of ignorance You must read the paper with an open mind and take none of this to heart African American and Caucasians function differently in public surroundings When you see a young African American you usually see them in groups of four of more However when one of them gets into a disagreement five to ten more show up in their defense They are a very close knit group of individuals I have also noticed that when you see a young African American walking around they are usually singing talking very loud or running around Also when they are in groups they are very loud and take over the area that they occupy On the other hand when you see Caucasians they are rarely in groups of three or more To top it off when someone in one of their groups gets in trouble the rest of the group is nowhere to be found Most times when you see young Caucasian people in a group they are for the most part within a normal speaking level These two groups tend to act differently in the public due to their cultural differences There are a number of differences between the churches of African Americans and Caucasians At most typical African American churches there are no true sermons The African American churches tend to do more entertaining rather than teaching They also do a great deal of singing and dancing involved in there praising of God They emphasize fellowship in their churches especially after church when they all gather and
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