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Changing stereotyping

Becoming aware of stereotyping is the first step towards changing stereotyping.
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Becoming aware of certain stereotyping of groups is the first step toward helping us to change these stereotypes. Awareness changes how we operate and how we react to others different from us.
How has exposure to stereotyping changed the ways you associate with diverse groups? Presently, do you hold any stereotypes that you would like to work on in order to change your perspective?
Please share your thoughts in the comments and then provide feedback to three to four other learners.
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