Developing a Shared Language to discuss Race and Racism with Dr. Ebonyse Mead
September 16th @ 2:00 PM (CT)
A thorough understanding of terms and developing a shared language to effectively engage in the discourse on race and racism is paramount. This session is designed to give people the language to confidently engage in courageous conversations about race and racism.
- At the conclusion of this training, participants will be able to:
- Define key racial equity terms including implicit bias, privilege, internalized oppression, and internalized dominance
- Differentiate between the four levels of racism
- Discuss why a colorblind ideology is counterproductive to racial equity
- Discuss the difference between being culturally aware, culturally competent, and culturally responsive.
- Apply principles of diversity, equity, and inclusion into practical settings
Limited Space Available!
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