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Richmond, The American International University in London will host a one-day conference titled, "Increasing Happiness and Wellbeing through Arts Participation & Play" on Friday 18 March, 2016.
Identities are various: personal, national, religious, regional, racial, gender etc., and it is very difficult to determine which identity is affecting us most. Sometimes it can be one, and sometimes the other. For example, during the presidential race in the United States between Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton, black women wondered which of the two identities represented them most: their racial or their gender identity.