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White Identity Development. Thursday group Andrew, Christine, Evan, Nicole, John and Amanda. Phase One Abandonment of Racism. 1. Contact – Oblivious to and lack of understanding to racism

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white identity development

White Identity Development

Thursday group

Andrew, Christine, Evan, Nicole, John and Amanda

phase one abandonment of racism
Phase One Abandonment of Racism
  • 1. Contact – Oblivious to and lack of understanding to racism
  • 2. Disintegration- Moral dilemmas rooted in cognitive dissonance on issues of race. For example - believing one is nonracist, yet not wanting one’s son or daughter to marry a minority group member.
  • 3. Reintegration- Idealize own social racial group
phase two defining a non racist identity
Phase twoDefining a Non-Racist Identity
  • 4. Pseudo Independence- A specific event that opens your awareness to individuals of a different race in a similar situation
  • 5. Immersion/Emersion- Critical racial thought regarding one’s previous beliefs
  • 6. Autonomy- Through racial exploration, we become comfortable with racial differences while striving to developing a nonracist white identity