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Unformatted text preview: 1. Language 2. Sexuality 3. Ethnicity d. A White Woman of Color (Julia Alvarez) i. Class complicated by: 1. Language 2. Ethnicity 3. Location e. Sisters (Barbara Neely) i. Class determined by: 1. Money 2. Economic security/safety net 3. Connections 4. Access to information/resources 5. Knowing how the system works 6. Range of choices f. Working Class and Jewish (Bernice Mennis) i. Class versus your attitude towards it ii. Shame versus pride iii. Class determine: 1. Expectations 2. Confidence 3. Sense of belonging To have made it economically versus feeling you have made it 4. How white I look versus How colored I feel 5. The way she talks, cooks, acts, is colored 6. P. 162 Its not the color of my skin but the color of my mind - Cynara...
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- Spring '08