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Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
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Diversity is about _______.
understanding and honoring the ways people are unique
"Intersectionality" refers to _______.
the idea that oppressions — including racism, ableism, homophobia, transphobia, and sexism — often overlap
Cian, a college student, wants to graduate before getting married. He feels tension between his religion's expectation to avoid premarital sex and his college friends' expectations that he be sexually active while in school. Cian is experiencing _______.
an identity conflict
After many years of being a student, supporting herself through gardening and landscape jobs, Neka received her degree and took a position as a teacher in a small town. She is most likely to experience which of the following?
an identity transition
Identities can evolve and change.
Another word for "fairness" is _________.
People with privilege tend to work hard; people without privilege, generally, do not work hard.
In the context of diversity, equity, and inclusion, which is an example of oppression?
some employers treat Sena's family members as dishonest because of their skin color and are unwilling to hire them.
All of the following are strategies for inclusion EXCEPT:
asking a member of a minority group to speak for how the group feels
Which best describes the skill of active listening?
focusing on understanding what a speaker is saying as they are saying it
We would be much more productive if we stopped talking about what makes us different and started focusing on what we have in common.
Theresa is studying with several good friends for a Calculus exam. In an attempt to reduce everyone's stress, Rex suggests a competition within their study group. If the guys average a better score, then the ladies buy dinner; if the ladies do better, the guys pick up the tab. "Guess you'll be buying dinner." Rex jokes. "Cause women and math — it's not your fault — it's just not your thing."
Is Rex's statement problematic?
Yes, because he's applying a stereotype and making assumptions about gender, gender identity, and intelligence/math skills
Taylor, who is white, notices his Navajo friend, Kai, wearing a turquoise and silver necklace. "That's pretty, but I hope you didn't get it at Urban Mercantile. They've been selling lots of Native American-type jewelry, but I'm sure you'd want to support Native artists, not chain stores. Nobody should shop there."
Is Taylor offering helpful information?
No, Taylor is being condescending and could lose his friend's trust
It's very hard to know how to help when someone is saying or doing something hurtful.
Tanner, a white man, is planning what he thinks is a lighthearted "Salsa and Sombreros" theme for his birthday party. When Luca hears about it, they get angry because they recognize the event as cultural appropriation that makes fun of their Mexican heritage. They tell Tanner he should change the theme because it's offensive. Tanner says, "I'm open to hearing why you find it insensitive, but you need to use a less angry tone if we're going to talk about it."
What should Luca do?
Check in with themself about how they're feeling, and be open to finding an ally who can work with Tanner so he understands the concerns
Identity is shaped by _______.
all of the above
Power, in the context of diversity, equity, and inclusion refers to:
all of the above
In the context of diversity, equity, and inclusion, how is privilege defined?
privilege describes the set of advantages that a group gains when another group is stereotyped, stigmatized, or otherwise oppressed
Using humor is a good way to show respect.
Thinking about a person or group as "not one of us" is an example of:
Because of his race, people often comment with surprise that Jamal is "well spoken." This is an example of:
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