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Diversity and Inclusion for Athletes

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Mary Bonderoff

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Diversity and Inclusion for Athletes
Part 2

Mary Bonderoff
Director, Center for Multicultural Experiences

Microagressions
Microaggressions are brief and commonplace daily verbal, behavioral, or environmental indignities, whether intentional or unintentional, that communicate hostile, derogatory, or negative racial, ethnic, gender, sexuality, disability, religious or class slights and insults towards opressed people. Those who inflict microaggressions are often unaware that they have done anything to harm another person.
Examples of Microagressions
Clutching purse, your english is perfect, Any others?
Dear 7 Year Self (7th Grade Self)
Ground Rules for Discussion
Cracking the Codes
The Office
Diversity Training
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= “OOPS” / “OUCH”

= TRUST / TIME

= CONFIDENTIALITY/ COLLABORATE

= ESCUCHAR (To Listen)

= PARTICIPATION / PASS

= SENSITIVITY/SPEAK ONE AT A TIME

= EXPLORATION/EMPATHY

= RECOGNIZE/ RESPONSIBILITY

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The 1491's
What will you commit to?
Closing
ESPN Lee Corso and Mascot Issue
What happens on an elevator?
Halloween
Images in Adverstising
Bystander Skills
Assume good intent, explain impact
Walk away/don’t laugh
Label it as offensive
Ask a question
Interrupt and Redirect
Broaden to Universal Behavior
Make it individual
Say “Ouch!” (and explain impact if possible)
Use humor
Educate
Tell someone!
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