1- microagression video
2- unconscious bais 
3- the danger of a single-story 
4- 4 I’S of oppression
1)- From the videos above, I have learned about unconscious bias that most people do without recognizing that can affect others like dealing with microaggression towards certain races or ethnic groups, having an assumption about people because of a story I heard from a single party, oppressing others and associating people with certain generalized behaviors. This can be underlined by unconscious bias that people do on a daily basis without recognizing because not realizing that this can be discrimination. I learned from these videos to be more aware of my bias or the surrounding community’s bias towards certain people or behaviors and how other people can feel about such negative behavior. Just by recognizing that everyone can be biased unconsciously, taught me to reflect more about my actions and taught me to understand why some people may be strict towards certain points. People may be strict to certain points of view because of their unconscious bias or the lack of understanding of the topic from different views. By understanding of how unconscious bias can influence behaviors and perceptions shows the importance of empathy and perspective-taking in interpersonal interactions. Being aware of my own biases and those of the community around me is key to fostering understanding. By acknowledging the potential for bias in ourselves and others, we can strive to treat people with fairness, respect, and empathy, regardless of their background or identity. 
I’ll use this learning in Solyia by being more open-minded for others to hear their points of view and try to explain the other side with full transparency and understanding of the other position without bias to certain points. 
2)- What I have learned about myself so far is that I am not really conservative about my points of view but I am always after logical and proven answers. There are moments where uncertainty can sway my judgment, leading to biases. However, I’m open to challenging these biases and expanding my perspective through meaningful interactions. As I navigate the diverse cultural landscape of Soliya, I anticipate that my identity won’t hinder my ability to engage with others. Having already embraced various cultures and backgrounds, I feel equipped to foster genuine connections regardless of differences. Instead, I look forward to leveraging this opportunity to deepen my understanding of global perspectives and further enrich my worldview. Through Soliya, I aim to embrace the richness of diverse perspectives, using each interaction as a catalyst for personal growth. By actively listening and empathizing with others, I hope to gain valuable insights that will not only enhance my self-awareness but also broaden my capacity for empathy and understanding. Ultimately, I see Soliya as a transformative experience that will continue to shape my identity and outlook on the world.

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3)- In terms of interactions, I learned to be more sympathetic and understanding of others. Trying not to win an argument or force an opinion but trying to discuss more. I might use my soliya experience to learn more from this cultural diversity on how to communicate effectively with different cultured people who may have different values than me.
4)- Actually I would like to talk about it from a humanistic point of view rather than a political view. To make other people understand Palestine’s situation and sufferings. I am not expecting much to happen in  the discussion just normal speaking