JERSEY CITY, N.J. (AP) — A group of West Point cadets is learning about other cultures without leaving the United States: They are visiting Jersey City, N.J., one of the most diverse places in America.The cadets are visiting mosques, a Coptic Christian church, a synagogue and a Hindu temple, and they meeting people from a variety of cultures and backgrounds.The visit is designed to make the future Army officers — and the soldiers under their command — more sensitive to cultural differences when they are sent overseas.The program has been held for eight years in Jersey City. But it has taken on new urgency as the Army deals with a string of embarrassing episodes in which U.S. troops in Afghanistan have been accused of cultural insensitivity.