(ASL class) Labels in our society are double edged swords — there are pros and cons to using them. They can help us identify someone’s needs or values, but labels can also be very hurtful and discriminatory. What are some of the helpful/identifying labels, as well as discriminatory/derogatory labels you have heard in your area? What does that label say about the group of people it references? Have you ever experienced being labeled? Was it helpful or derogatory? (Make sure to use labels that are appropriate to discuss in the school setting.)
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