3 Digging into Dig
Dig is a practice designed to help you surface your assumptions about racioethnicity and understand how those assumptions frame your perceptions of racioethnicity in the world. It is focused on your individual assumptions, emotions, thoughts, and perceptions about racioethnicity, which are likely informed by the contexts in which you were born, raised, and have lived. While doing your own Dig work, examining your emotions may lead you to uncover that there are systemic issues that have contributed to how you think and feel. Dig is a constant practice because our assumptions and perceptions may shift as we grow and experience different people, workplaces, and contexts. Below we share some of our own Dig journeys.
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