amounenaitlho 7 / 12 3 Dec 23, 2015 #1This is my supplement for colgate on the subjectAt Colgate we strive to foster an inclusive community. Please discuss how your life experiences, family background, and/or culture has helped to shape you as a person. It would be especially helpful if you would also reflect on an experience which demonstrated your character and personal values.Can I please have some feedback and corrections as soon as possible. Thank you!I always get asked the same question when I meet new people which is , " are you really a Berber?" Following this question I always proudly proclaim "yes!'. Berbers are and underrepresented minority in Morocco indigenous to the mountainous areas of the Middle and High Atlas. They were the original people of Morocco before it was colonized by Arabs. Being a Berber has truly shaped my life in a way that is truly indescribable. A very big component of the Berber culture is truthfulness. A Berber would never lie or deceive anyone and it is looked down upon very badly if a person is dishonest. My honesty was tested greatly in one situation. During the finals of Policy Debate My partner, which was my brother, and I were greatly tempted to be dishonest to win a debate. We knew that the opposing team's evidence was newer than ours and the only way to leave nothing to chance was to change the date on the evidence to a date that was newer than theirs. We were sorely tempted to change that evidence but we remembered our origins and the basis of the Berber culture. We then understood that we could not change the evidence because that would go against all that we were taught as children. I plan to add to the inclusive community of Colgate by not only bringing my honesty and integrity to Colgate but also bringing debate and trying to contribute to the debate community in ColgateThank you !!!