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What is non-inclusive language?

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billy nguyen

on 16 November 2015

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Language and the Community

What is

non-inclusive language
?
Definition:

Any language that treats people unfairly, insults, or excludes a person or group of persons.
What are some examples of
non-inclusive language
?
What is the
impact non-inclusive language
on your community?

Feelings of
discrimination
Exclusion

Isolation

Sense of

danger

Lack

of support
Our role as

student leaders

Learn
Educate

Lead
by Example
HOW?
Using
Inclusive
Language
Foster a community built on:
Acceptance
Inclusion
Safety
Support
Inclusive language
is language that is
free
from words, phrases or tones that reflect
prejudiced, stereotyped or discriminatory views
of particular people or groups. It is also language that
doesn't
deliberately or inadvertently
exclude
people from being seen as part of a group.
Do's and Don'ts of When Addressing Non-Inclusive Language
DON'T
: Eat their faces off.
DO
: Kindly point out their mistake
DON'T
: Make them feel bad
DO
: Leave them with a correction to use in the future
DON'T
: Reinforce negative behavor
DO
: Commend good behavior
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