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Diversity Presentation

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Leadership Institute
March 5th, 2013 Diversity Presentation You + Me = Diversity Diversity is... What Is Diversity? That's what diversity isn't is...so what is it? The term "diversity" encompasses differences of culture, background and experience among individuals and groups. Such differences include, but are not limited to, differences of race, ethnicity, national origin, color, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, and disabilities, as well as political and religious affiliation and socioeconomic status "Whatever you are, be a good one.”
-Abe Lincoln- Reflection Questions: Becoming a Diversity Advocate

find the commonalities between you and others, and find ways to celebrate/learn more about those things make you different Respect Fellowship Understanding Educating model this behavior and challenge others to give respect as well create opportunities where this is fostered naturally work through conflicts, help others work through conflict, and use these as opportunities to gain perspective find opportunities throughout your leadership roles to educate yourself and those around you Equality 1. was it hard to define yourself? Why or why not?

2. what was easy to share & what might have been more difficult?

3. how does this relates to leadership? How can you take what you learned about diversity and being a diversity advocate back to the other things you are involved with on campus? Who Am I?

1.If I had to define myself in terms of my race, gender, sexual orientations, religion, ethnic background, etc. I would say that I am a _____________________, ___________________, _________________________________
and _______________________.


2.One leadership experience that helped me form this definition of myself was: __________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

3.One thing about being a a _____________________, ___________________,_______________, and ___________________ that makes me proud is __________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________


4.One thing about being a _______________________, __________________________, ________________ and ______________________ that is embarrassing is ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

5.One thing about being a ___________________, __________________, ___________________ and ___________________ that makes me better leader is ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
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