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This mini self-assessment can give you idea of where you are on the Ally-ship Continuum. Please take a moment to answer, as truthfully as you can, the following true/false questions. Don’t overthink your answers; just choose what first comes to mind or how you think about this the majority of the time.

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1. I don’t see any barriers for women in the workplace.

 
 

2. There is rarely discrimination anymore.

 
 

3. In general, I feel people get hired and promoted based on merit.

 
 

4. Measuring gender and race just promotes reverse discrimination and lower quality hiring.

 
 

5. Women are generally better at “soft skills.”

 
 

6. Women’s careers naturally progress more slowly because they take time off for motherhood.

 
 

7. I don’t think it is automatically offensive to tell jokes about women or minorities as long as the stereotype is valid.

 
 

8. Sometimes women don’t communicate as clearly or decisively as men.

 
 

9. I don’t see race or gender: I see people.

 
 

10. I was taught to treat everyone the same.

 
 

11. Bias is bad. I am not biased because I am a good person.

 
 

12. Race and gender are irrelevant.

 
 

13. Unconscious bias holds some people back.

 
 

14. Discomfort discourages me from situations where I am in the minority.

 
 

15. I notice that sometimes women are interrupted or spoken over during meetings.

 
 

16. I regularly seek out feedback from people with different perspectives from mine.

 
 

17. When a comment or joke makes me uncomfortable, I bite my tongue and change the subject.

 
 

18. I have engaged in difficult personal conversations about race with someone of a different race.

 
 

19. I have read a number of books/articles about gender and race to improve my understanding.

 
 

20. It’s not worth it to confront sexist behavior. Boys will be boys. Just ignore it. You can’t change people.

 
 

21. I actively seek out diverse friends in my personal life.

 
 

22. I consider diversity a key selection criteria for determining who should get a contract or job

 
 

23. I serve as a mentor or sponsor for someone of a different race or gender.

 
 

24. My team is comprised of 50% women and 30% minority group representation.

 
 

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