6) Addressing diversity and inclusion
a. Participants incorporate diverse perspectives into their work
b. Participants can articulate dynamics of power, privilege, oppression and injustice present in interactions with the communities with whom they work
c. Participants can articulate best practices for interrupting bias or discrimination.
d. Participants can engage with community members in ways that avoid the presumption of normative status with regard to common forms of inequality (race, class, gender, sexuality, ability, religion, etc.)
e. Participants can articulate how their particular combination of privileged and marginalized statuses has shaped their life experiences and ways of seeing the world