c6bwk6 multicultural panel 6 page paper apa required

Assignment: Multicultural Panel (Part Four)

Module 2 Week 7 includes the Multicultural Panel (Part Four) Assignment. At this point, you have been introduced to the diverse panel of counselors, counselor education doctoral students, and counselor educators. For Week 7, panelists will continue sharing their stories, specifically focusing on gender and affectional orientation. Panelists will identify how their identities intersect and how this impacts their cultural identity, development, and worldview. Panelists will share their experiences with racism, discrimination, sexism, power, privilege, and oppression.

Directions for Assignment:

Consider how watching the entire four-part series of the Multicultural Panelhas impacted your stereotypes, perceptions, and beliefs of the panelists. Reflect on your initial reactions when you first met each panelist. We each have our own worldview, and this impacts how we see others. As counselors, it is our ethical duty to be aware of our worldview in order to be culturally aware and encompass cultural humility.

For the Multicultural Panel (Part Four) for Week 7, include the following for the final 2-page part of the assignment:

  • Select a panelist who has experienced oppression or discrimination based on their affectional orientation and/or gender identity.
  • Describe how they identify, using their own language anda scholarly article from the Walden Library, providing further understanding of their identity.
  • Next, define intersectionality according to a definition from one of the Learning Resources, and identify how intersectionality pertains to the panelist.
  • Finally, reflect on being an ally for the LGBTQ+ community. Consider what being an ally entails.

The “Multicultural Panel” assignment is a cumulative assignment including:

  • “Multicultural Panel (Part One)” from Week 4
  • “Multicultural Panel (Part Two)” from Week 5
  • “Multicultural Panel (Part Four)” from Week 7

Note: The Week 6 is a Discussion Board post and is not included in the cumulative assignment due at the end of Module 2. Each section will be approximately 2 pages, resulting in a 6-page assignment using APA formatting. The final Multicultural Panel Module 2 activity is due at the end of Module 2 in Week 7.

By Day 7 of Week 7

Complete the final 6-page APA Multicultural Panel assignment, due at the end of Module 2. Please be sure to include the following:

  • Part 1 (2 pages):
    • Summarize a panelist’s racial, ethnic, immigration, or national identity.
    • Reflect on the panelist’s experiences with or without microaggressions related to their racial, ethnic, immigration, or national identity. Define microaggressions, according to the Required Readings. Then, identify key concepts from the Required Readings, and describe how these key concepts relate to the panelist’s experience.
    • Reflect on how your experience is similar and/or different compared to the panelist’s experiences with or without oppression. Share your emotional response and reaction to hearing about the panelist’s experiences. Consider whether or not you can identify with the panelist’s experience.
  • Part 2 (2 pages):
    • Select a differentpanelist to focus on for Part Two.
    • Summarize how they currently or have previously identified religiously or spiritually.
    • Select anotherpanelist you have not chosen before, and summarize their experiences with social class.
    • Next, define privilege according to a definition from one of the Learning Resources or from another scholarly resource.
    • Finally, reflect on how your experience is similar and/or different compared to the two panelist’s experiences related to religion, spirituality, and social class. Share your emotional response and reaction to hearing about the panelist’s experiences. Consider whether or not you can identify with the panelist’s experience.
  • Part 3 is notincluded because it was the Discussion Board.
  • Part 4 (2 pages)
    • Select a panelist who has experienced oppression or discrimination based on their affectional orientation and/or gender identity. Describe how they identify using their own language AND a scholarly article from the Walden Library providing further understanding of their identity.
    • Next, define intersectionality according to a definition from one of the “Learning Resources” and identify how intersectionality pertains to the panelist.
    • Finally, reflect on being an ally for the LGBTQ+ community. Consider what being an ally entails.