Encouraging Sensitivity to Diversement Checklist


_____ 1. In the past year I have confronted a friend/colleague about his/her explicit or implicit homophobic comment or joke.

_____ 2. In the past year I have confronted a friend/colleague about his/her explicit or implicit racist comment or joke.

_____ 3. In the past year I have confronted a friend/colleague about his/her explicit or implicit sexist comment or joke.

_____ 4. In the past year, I have attended an African-American student group sponsored cultural or social event on campus.

_____ 5. In the past year, I have attended a Gay/Lesbian/Bisexual student group sponsored cultural or social event on campus.

_____ 6. In the past year, I have attended a women's student group sponsored cultural or social event on campus.

_____ 7. I have read at least one book by an African-American author.

_____ 8. I have read at least one men's magazine/periodical in the past year.

_____ 9. I have read a book written by an author from another country.

_____ 10. I can cite an example of how I have used my leadership position to advance appreciation of diversity on campus.

_____ 11. I can cite an example of how I have used my leadership position to advance appreciation of diversity in my organization.

_____ 12. I socialize with African-American friends.

_____ 13. I socialize with White friends.

_____ 14. I socialize with gay/lesbian/bisexual friends.

_____ 15. I socialize with Jewish/Muslim/other religious minority friends.

_____ 16. I socialize with disabled friends.

_____ 17. I socialize with friends from other countries/cultures.

_____ 18. I feel as comfortable giving critical feedback to African-American members of my organization as I do other members.

_____ 19. I feel as comfortable giving critical feedback to female members of my organization as I do male members.

_____ 20. I feel as comfortable giving critical feedback to gay/lesbian/bisexual members of my organization as I do heterosexual members.

_____ 21. I feel as comfortable giving critical feedback to disabled members of my organization as I other members.