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Afaf Bennani 1. Please share an experience at the University of Minnesota where you were aware of one of your identities (i.e. gender, sexual orientation, race, ethnicity, socioeconomic status, etc.). What did you learn about yourself through this experience? How/why was this experience important for you? Being from Morocco, I had never questioned my identity. I used to go to a small high school where most of the students are Moroccan and speak Arabic and French. Coming to the University of Minnesota, which is a big and diverse school, made me aware of a lot of my identities, especially the identity involving my Moroccan ethnicity. One of the most memorable experiences that I had this first semester was taking a class called “Everyday Life” in the gender, women, sex and sexuality department. I enjoyed the class because we got to talk about a plethora of things that matter during everyday life such as racism, gender, sexuality, ethnicity, symbolic identity in the U.S, and how everyone can identify themselves in general related to their personal
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