Strive for intellectual humility.

Strive for intellectual humility.

2. Recognize the difference between opinions and informed

knowledge. 3. Let go of personal anecdotal evidence and look at broader societal

patterns. 4. Notice your own defensive reactions and attempt to use these

reactions as entry points for gaining deeper self-knowledge. 5. Recognize how your own social positionality (such as your race,

class, gender, sexuality, ability-status) informs your perspectives and reactions to your instructor and the individuals whose work you study in the course.

Below we explain these guidelines in more depth and how they can help you engage constructively with social justice content.

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