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Question;Circle the correct answer for each question.;According to the author, learning about race and culture can bea.;Both an emotional and an;intellectual process;b.;Only an intellectual process;c.;Stressful;d.;A & C;2.;Racial identity development is;defined as the process of;a.;Learning about current racial;issues in the U.S.;b.;Being connected with the;experiences of one?s racial group.;c.;Growing up with people of many;races.;d.;Being able to identify who is;prejudiced.;3.;For many European Americans;who are in the early stages racial identity development, the learning;process;a.;Is more difficult than it is;for people of color.;b.;Requires creating an awareness;of oppression and difference around race.;c.;Can cause anxiety and stress;d.;All of the above;4.;Applying the Kubler-Ross Model;of Death and Dying to the study of racial identity theory can help one to;understand racial identity formation because;a.;It is so different from the;other models in this reading and may be a better fit with some students?;experiences.;b.;Everyone is going to die, so it;applies to all.;c.;The author feels that this;model is superior to the others discussed in the article.;d.;B &C;5.;The term ?White Privilege?;means that;a.;White people have more money;than people of color.;b.;Most white people have a deeper;understanding of racial issues than people of color.;c.;Whites have unearned advantages;that they often don?t are not aware of having.;d.;Harry White?s racial identity;development theory makes the most sense.;Name;Circle the correct;answer for each question.;1. Most white people;a. Clearly understand that they have a privilege;because of their race.;b. Need;to know that they have unearned privileges because of their race.;a.;Who are prejudiced against;people of color are also prejudiced against gays and lesbians.;b.;Are not prejudiced against;anybody.;2. When white people learn about race they are;always taught;a.;That it creates an advantage;for them in society.;b.;That they may experience the;world differently than people of color.;c.;About racial oppression.;d. None of the above.;3. Both white privilege and heterosexual;privilege;a.;Are always visible;b.;Apply only to males;c.;Are based on unearned power and;privilege.;d.;Are no longer an issue in;today?s workforce.;4. According to the author;it is more difficult for white people than people of color to understand racism and privilege because;a.;There are more whites than;people of color in the world;b.;White people never have close;friends who are people of color;c.;Slavery no longer exists in the;U.S.;d.;They are less apt to experience;a lack of privilege themselves.;5. Male privilege still exists;a.;Because males are still more;powerful than females in most of the world.;b.;There are simply more men than;women in the population.;c.;Masculinity is more visible;than femininity.;d.;A & B.;6.;Which of the following groups;is most apt to experience being privileged?;a. People without;disabilities;b. Muslims in;the United States;c. Immigrants;to the United States;d. Workers over;sixty-fifty years of age;7.;The author says that she, like;most white people was;a. Taught that she was an;oppressor of other people by her parents.;b. Unaware that she had an unfair advantage because she was white.;c. Socialized;as a child to believe that her life experiences were not the same for people of;color.;d. Brought up;to believe that race didn?t matter anymore in the world.;8.;McIntosh says that white and;male privilege;a. Must be conscious to be an advantage for whites and males.;b. Makes some;things in life easier for males and whites even if they are unaware of their;privileges.;b. Only exists in the United States.;c. Is forbidden by the Civil Rights Act of 1964;9.;Which of the following;statements is true?;a. Members of privileged groups have more power to change society than;members of less privileged groups.;b.;Privilege is beneficial to;everyone in a culture.;c.;Members of less privileged;groups have more power to change society than members of privileged groups.;d.;None of the above is true.;10. Example(s) of religious privilege in the United States could include;a. Not closing retail stores on Easter;b. Taking out the ?under God? phrase in the pledge of allegiance to the;flag.;c. Giving all employees Christmas day off with pay but requiring Jewish;employees to work on all of their high holy days.;d. A & B

 

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