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Professor and class,In my opinion, I believe that we can honor our culture and traditions without inadvertently disadvantaging anyone else in a couple of ways. First, like this week’s lesson states the most popular and frequently used technique is to attempt to remain politically correct when in situations that could cause an inadvertent disadvantage to anyone (CCN, 2018). While I agree that the term “politically correct” is neither correct nor political, it ismy opinion that in some ways it has become the popular approach because it has become the expected approach and the only approach being really “taught” / demonstrated. I believe that somewhere along the way, we (the dominant groups and the minority groups) lost track of the importance of being more than just a label. Specifically, I mean we lost track of respecting the differences that make each of us unique and started becoming part of the problem with unappreciated actions.