There are many different types of prejudice and oppression, not just based on race, but
also on gender, class, sexual orientation, and other factors. This section does not attempt to cover
every possible form. However, the strategies and activities described here for dealing with racial
prejudice and racism can provide ideas for dealing with other types of discrimination. As you
work to address such inequities, consider ways to prevent them from occurring in the first place
by encouraging and establishing inclusive practices from the start. Consider this work to be two
sides of a coin. The negative values and practices you oppose are represented on one side. The
other side represents the positive values and practices that you are demonstrating.