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Facilitated by Clyde Wilson Pickett, M.Ed., Ed.D., Vice Chancellor, Diversity and Inclusion, University of Pittsburgh and Cornell L. Craig, MBA, Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer, Hofstra University, New York
This second level training workshop is designed to expand individual intercultural competency development and add to the foundation of an anti-racist campus community. It is a follow-up to the fall and spring anti-racism training series with a focus on culturally-responsive uses of language, microaggressions, and strategies that put allyship into action. Utilizing a case study format, this workshop will encourage participants to further the practical application of their skills in order to better promote inclusion and confront bias in order to promote a more equitable working and learning environment and support anti-racist practices.
Tuesday, May 11 from 8 am – 11 am
The Zoom link for this and other “3 Days in May” events can be found in the attachment below. This document can only be viewed with an Augsburg login.