The answer is NONE because laws in the US cannot be discriminatory, either for or against any person, group, etc.
Actually, you ought to protest to the "university" you are paying for. This assignment is repeated each year, never reviewed, by the school, they don't care it it is current or not. You are paying for an education, but what are you getting? Answer: A never-ending set of assignments that didn't educate in the past, nor will educate in the future. But they keep on repeating.
I agree with Bob Pursley's assessment. You should find yourself a real school (college or university) and get yourself a real education.
Why is learning about different religions ans cultures a "never-ending set of assignments that didn't educate in the past"? What is your problem with Axia did you not get excepted. Read the question again; it is not asking what laws have been made against these people, it is asking what has been done to prevent the discrimination toward these groups of people. I thought this was an educated site to help people not to bash questions being asked...
I agree with amanda. if you are not going to help answer peoples questions (which is what this site is for) then keep you thoughts to yourself. You are making yourself sound ignorant. Axia is a real school and we earn real degrees which is more than likely a lot more than you can say about your own education.
Here is what i was able to come up with after several hours working on the same question. Hope this is more helpful then thos other responses..
The only credible sources of information I could find on any form of policy change had to do strictly with our treatment our of people or Arab decent or Muslim faith in immigration, background checks, and what reports have been made about how they are screened before they are allowed into our country. However I could not find any information on any official government website to verify whether any of these changes were “officially” written anywhere. I believe since the attacks on 9-11 it has been more of a social stigma then it has been a matter of what has been written into law with our federal government or what has been accepted as “procedures” by law enforcement. The only exceptions to this that I could really find are what our policies concerning screening of people before allowing entrance or citizenship into the United States. There are also some policy changes made when the Patriot Act and other security procedures were signed into law by the Bush administration after 9-11 that could be referenced as well.
Try the adc(.)org website