African American writers must consider how it feels to be an African American to their audience; they must understand that there is no such thing as one identity for an entire race.
In order to answer this question we must understand how identity is developed, what culture consists of and concluding how culture influences identity development. This is spread from a notion of time that is guarded and linear as a product or service, to a win-loss alignment that is connected to the competition value.
These can be achieved by designing individual and collaborative tasks, encouraging discussion and reflective activities, and employing relational, written, visual, and many other styles of learning Gardner Who is Amanda Wingfield. Growing up in overwhelmingly white communities, I never thought to use the color of my skin to differentiate myself from others.
Phinney comes up with another model that she considers better than the rest as she argues that it can apply to all groups.
Development of Racial Identity The original intent for development of these models was ensuring that the experience of the blacks in the United States is understood.
Beside, educators should always consider the relationship between how an effective learning environment is defined and the present cultural activities and practices in different communities.
I also did not think about my definition of cultural identity until I was in this class. This era that followed the Reconstruction period restored the once white supremacist control of the South.
Oppression leads to suppression, and that is what many gay, lesbian, and otherwise non- heterosexual members of society have experienced over time. Nevertheless, if we look past these features, racial groups have more resemblances than variances Littlefield, Lieberman, and Reynolds He asserts that every black American must undergo a series of identity stages to develop a healthy and balanced understanding of the Black experience and become well-rounded in our global society Young African American women experienced issues with racial identity which caused them to be in a constant struggle that prohibits them from loving themselves and the skin they are in.