I'm from the UK, so I expect that will impact my results, which were all somewhere in the middle, which I'm not shocked by. I found it particularly exciting to see the Native American/Foreign bias and I hope that opens up some people's eyes! To me all Americans are foreign and almost all landmarks are foreign, so that may have worked in my favour. To me, a Native American is obviously American, and all Americans can be considered foreigners from my British perspective. I felt frustrated with the linguistic association we have between dark and bad and light and good. I felt frustrated because although this will contribute to a level of implicit bias that we have, I also tripped up a few times because light is associated with good feelings and dark is associated with bad feelings. I also felt frustrated that I associate dark skin or African Americans with negative words not because I judge them as bad, but because they suffer more 'negative', 'abusive', 'sad' experiences, etc, and the world is heavily focussed on their struggle at this time - oooohhhhh I've just seen it. I focussed on their struggle rather than the people causing it. I suppose that's because in many ways it's the overall system and not the people in it that are fundamentally responsible, but I wonder how that belief impacts on my willingness to hold people accountable for their part in the system they perpetuate. I notice that I associate abuse with dark skin because POC GET abused, passive voice, rather than associating abuse with light skin because white people tend TO ABUSE POC either through explicit aggressive actions or by looking away or reducing its importance with their silence, words, actions or inaction.