This is an exploratory survey to gather thoughts from white-identifying people about when and why they engage in conversations about race.  Your answers are completely anonymous.

Thank you for your sharing your perspectives.

For more information about this survey, please email Kathleen LaTosch at klatosch@gmail.com or visit www.LaToschConsulting.com

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* 1. To what extent do you feel comfortable talking about race?

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* 2. To what extent do you feel comfortable talking about race...

  Very comfortable Somewhat comfortable Neither comfortable / uncomfortable Somewhat uncomfortable Very uncomfortable Not sure
In groups, with people of color present
In groups, with all white people present
With most family members
With most friends

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* 3. What circumstances, conditions, or internal thoughts/feelings prevent you from wanting to talk about race? 

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* 4. To what extent do you talk with others about your growing up experiences with race?

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* 5. Are there childhood experiences you wish you could talk about?

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* 6. Do you have some experiences around race that you never or almost never talk about?

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* 7. Why or why not?

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* 8. Please share any other thoughts you have about engaging in conversations about race.

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