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How does my identity impact the choices that I am making as I engage in my day-to-day life? 16, 2010). In addition to introducing concepts of diverse, fluctuating social identities, activities in which participants shared information about their identities seemed to build classroom community relationships. This theme of identity (in the context of inequality and conflict) was raised throughout the course, for example in guest speaker presentations of in-depth historical content. One guest used photographs to demonstrate the huge diversity among Jewish people in Poland and Germany between World Wars I and II.