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RA Diversity Training

here is some perspective
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Elizabeth Smith

on 15 August 2012

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Transcript of RA Diversity Training

What IS "diversity" anyway?? There are no wrong answers! R-E-S-P-E-C-T!!
It's ok to disagree-respectfully
It's ok to feel uncomfortable
This is a safe, non-judging zone
What's said here is confidential
There are no "wrong answers" -just underdeveloped ideas
Appreciate others' beliefs, attitudes, and opinions-even if you do not agree
Challenge yourself
Listen fully to others before jumping in
Anything else?? We'll come back to this later... 1,439 undergraduates The breakdown at: Are you a penguin or a peacock? Hide details easily So.... Eposure to a diverse environment: What IS diversity? As of Fall 2010: Gender Race Residency Take a piece of tape and stick it to your forehead Cards will be placed on your forehead DO NOT look at them! Describe the perfect date for your partner based on the identity of his/her card Get into groups of two Attempt to guess your identity based on the date your partner planned for you Family Friends Education Where you grew up Media Cultural Lens:
How does your background shape your worldview? The Crown Game Social Justice refers to the idea of creating an egalitarian society or institution that is based on the principles of equality and solidarity that understands and values human rights, and that recognizes the dignity of every human being. Diversity 101: 2011-2012 RA Training If your partner is having a hard time, give her/him an extra hint by imitating the way you think her/his character would act like/sound Ok, I know what diversity is...So now what?? ISA, GSSA, Student Allies Learning About Diversity (SALAD)
(As much and in as many ways as you can)
Watch, read, listen to the hidden message
See something, say something!
1st floor of Crane Center (next to Crane MPR)
Bring your residents to a program/workshop-you'll have fun and it's a good way to bond!

To new experiences, people, food, music - it will challenge you to think in different ways and help you grow! Elizabeth J. Smith,
Coordinator of Multicultural Affairs & Student Support
(614) 222-6175
esmith@ccad.edu Contact me! Don't forget to mark your calendars! September 5th 11-12:30 –Involvement Fair (Campus Quad) September 12th 6:30-8:30 –"Born This Way" Glee event (Crane MPR) September 19th 7:00-8:00 --Diversity in the Workplace September 24th 11:00-12:00 – Diversity & Social Justice 101 (similar to this presentation) Canzani MPR And that's just September! More fun to be had in '12-'13!! Ground Rules: Comfort Zone & Confidentiality SNOW BALL FIGHT!!!! (Johnson, 2004) + = Write down what you think of when you hear/see the word "diversity" Tell the story... a. Gender:

b. Race:

c. Ethnicity:

d. Sexual Orientation:

e. Ability:

f. Age: a. Gender:

b. Race:

c. Ethnicity:

d. Sexual Orientation:

e. Ability:

f. Age: a.Gender:

b. Race:

c. Ethnicity:

d. Sexual Orientation

e. Ability:

f. Age: a. Gender:

b. Race:

c. Ethnicity:

d. Sexual Orientation:

e. Ability:

f. Age: 1) Answer the questions Other times, these identities are assumed, without really knowing Here's lookin' at you Mis-informed More than meets the eye: What's this all about? Sometimes, it's easy to identify race, gender, sexual orientation, age, ethnicity, ability etc. What was difficult to identify? What was easy? These assumptions are taken at face value, and then meanings are attached to them Race Gender Major Hobbies Food Culture SES Music Art Traditions We don't know who people are by looking at them BUT... Family Ads Friends Where you grew up TV Music Major Get involved! Learn! Visit! Expose Yourself! What...?
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