Inclusive Language for Race/Ethnicity
Dimensions of Diversity • 1m 13s
Explore 3 components of cultural identity -- race, ethnicity, and nationality -- and their differences. Learn about intersectionality and why you should never make assumptions about someone’s cultural identity. Get helpful advice for asking others respectfully, if and when the topic is relevant.
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