Who Am I?
This activity is meant to have you critically reflect on your identity. It grants you the opportunity to specifically note identities that make up who you are and experiences you may have had on campus and in your community related to how others view you.
Ethnicity/Race: Ethnicity is an individual's awareness of membership in a distinct group and of commitment to the group's cultural values. Race is classification of human beings into different categories on the basis of their biological characteristics. *
Abilities/Skills: Tasks that you naturally do well, talents and strengths. *
Communication: The method in which one interacts with others on a daily basis. This can include spoken language(s) (English/Spanish), sign language and/or other methods. *
Values: They beliefs about what is important to a person guide individuals on how they conduct their lives and their choices. *
Books, Films and Music: Genres or specific works one enjoys listening, reading and viewing *
Hobbies: Activities one enjoys doing on their free time. *
Learning Differences: The spectrum of individuals who learn differently. *
Target or Agent: Agents are members of dominant social groups privileged by birth or acquisition who have advantage over members of the target groups through societal/cultural “norms” and institutional biases. Targets are members of social identity groups who are discriminated against, marginalized, disenfranchised by societal/cultural “norms” and institutional biases. *
Gender Identity: One's innermost concept of self as male, female, a blend of both or neither – how individuals perceive themselves and what they call themselves. One's gender identity can be the same or different from their sex assigned at birth. *
Stereotype Threat: It describes a situation in which a negative stereotype about a persons' group is made and the adverse impact it can have on that individual. *
Socioeconomic Status: It encompasses income, educational attainment, financial security, and subjective perceptions of social status and social class. *
Religion/Spirituality: Religion is the belief in and worship of a god or gods, or any such system of belief and worship. Spirituality is individual and group efforts to find meaning for existence within or independent of organized religion. *
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