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Snap decisions

The first impressions we have relating to diversity are often snap decisions based on the meaning we attach to the first thing we see when we face diversity. These snap decisions are usually done without awareness. In the first impressions video, what were the first impressions the students thought as diverse others entered the classroom? Were these first thoughts accurate?

Please share your answers in the comments and then join in discussing the comments of two to three other learners.

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Understanding Diversity and Inclusion

Purdue University

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