Answer the following questions by rating your behavior on a scale of1 (Never) to 5 (Almost Always).
Interrupt someone who is telling a racial or ethnic joke?
Read about the achievements of people with physical or mental disabilities?
Challenge friends expressing a gender stereotype?
Send e-mails to TV or radio stations that broadcast “news” stories with cultural or racial biases?
Examine your own language for unconscious bias or stereotypes?
Ask foreign students questions about their countries of origin?
Recognize compulsory heterosexuality in the media?
Volunteer your time for a cause you support?
Donate goods or money to shelters for battered women or homeless people?
Intervene when a person or group is sexually harassing someone?
Think about the definition of “rape”?
Truly appreciate a friend’s differences from you?
Take the lead in welcoming people of color to your class, club, job site, or living situation?
Challenge the cultural expectation of slimness in women?
Protest unfair or exclusionary practices in an organization?
Ask a member of an ethnic group different from yours how that person prefers to be referred to?
Think about ways you would respond to oppressor and oppressed groups?
Identify and challenge “tokenism”?
Examine your own level of comfort around issues of sexual orientation and sexual practices?
Celebrate your own uniqueness?