“It’s really unfair to expect people to choose. It’s like asking to be loyal to one parent or the other.”
SHAFIA ZALOOM, who is Asian and white, on being asked to pick a racial identity
வாசிக்க: Who Are We? New Dialogue on Mixed Race – New York Times
Race and the Social Contract – New York Times: “Europeans support a big welfare state because they believe the money will probably go to other white Europeans. In America, support for social spending among respondents to General Social Survey polls increased in tandem with the share of welfare recipients in the area who were in their own racial group…. all-white congregations become less charitably active as the share of black residents in the local community grows.”
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குறிச்சொல்லிடப்பட்டது அரசு, ஆசியர், இந்தியா, இனம், கருப்பர், கறுப்பர், குழு, கொடை, சமூகம், சார்பு, தனியார், தர்மம், தானம், தொடர்பு, நிதி, வெள்ளை
1. Know where people look
Review at least the first three to five pages of results.
2. Start a blog
If you’re not yet ready to start your own blog, you can simply begin posting to a technology-oriented blog such as Slashdot.com or Thescripts.com.
3. Join the open-source code community
4. Build a Web page
5. Create a Web profile
Naymz, Ziggs, FindMeOn.com and ClaimID.-com, allow you to create an online identity or, if you already have several, manage them all in one place.
Be careful out there!
Here are some of the reasons candidates didn’t make the cut:
- 31 percent lied about qualifications.
- 25 percent had poor communication skills.
- 24 percent were linked to criminal behaviour.
- 19 percent bad-mouthed a previous employer or co-worker.
- 19 percent posted information about drinking or using drugs.
- 15 percent shared confidential information from previous employers.
- 12 percent lied about an absence from work.
- 11 percent posted provocative or inappropriate photographs.
- 8 percent used unprofessional screen names.