I felt angry because it is kind of discrimination.
2. What do you think of the situation Kathuria and the other Sikhs are facing in the United States in the wake of September 11?
They look like Osama Bin Laden. It makes them target, but it is also discrimination of appearance.
3. If you were the employee who was advised to shave his beard, how would you have responded to that boss?
I would claim that I do not want to shave my beard because it is my own culture and I must have self-esteem about it.
4. Do you have any suggestions for Kathuria or other Sikhs?
They should express their opinions and rights. Nobody has a qualification to discriminate other people even if their appearances are not similar them.
5. Have you found yourself keeping your distance or behaving with distrust toward anyone who appears to be of Arab descent or wearing a turban? Has this story made you rethink your behavior?
I have not because I have friend who came from Arab.
6. This story is about a group of people who look similar to Arabs to naive observers, but who are not. Would the story be any less of a concern if it discussed the discrimination and abuse expatriate Arabs and Arab Americans are experiencing in the United States? Why or why not?
It would be problem because the United States is the country of multi culture. If there is a discrimination of Arab in the United States, it is contradiction of the culture.
1. Do you believe that Glaxo Smith Kline has practiced social responsibility? Support your answers.
Yes. I believe GSK has practiced social responsibility. It is because they help the third countries' medical systems. Moreover, GSK has shared their patent with other pharmaceutical companies.
2. Is there support