As a 61-year-old, light-skinned black female who is an English as a Second Language teacher, this exercise felt a little odd. Some questions seemed to assume that I was white, or at least, not black. For some of the questions, I put on my teacher hat, picturing my interactions with students and their parents, and was not swayed by the idea of favoring one culture/race over the other. My results were underwhelming, and predictable. For three out of four tests (Skin Tone, Race and Native Americans), I had no preference for one race over the other. I was a little surprised to learn, however, that I slightly favored Europeans over Asians - and I think that happened because I was fatigued by the time I got to that last one and got several red X's. At any rate, it's an interesting activity - and fascinating that the outcomes had to do with the speed at which one responded, and not the responses themselves.