As an Asian woman, I'm learning about my own racial and ethnic identity at clinical psych graduate school. I've learned the many ways I've assimilated and become white-washed, and that my silence perpetuates oppression and racism. By being the obedient, good girl (as instructed by my Taiwanese parents), I'm not one to stir up trouble or voice my opinion. The one advantage to being "not part of" or the "other" race is that my IAT results reflect a certain tolerance. However, I know that being a non-racist through this training is not enough. In so many ways, I've experienced my own privilege as a "model minority," so this module has been effective in evaluating privilege as one who has lighter skin and other forms of privilege.