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Transcript of Diversity Training
Use "I" statements and share stories that belong to you
What is shared here stays here, what is learned here leaves here
Challenge the idea, not the person
The goal is for deeper understanding, not for agreement
Listen actively and ask questions
Just because someone is something, doesn't mean they understand something.
What is Diversity?
Diversity: The wide variety of shared and different personal and group characteristics among human beings.
Other Important Words!
"Big 8" Activity
There are 8 main social identities. In your groups, please discuss the following:
What is the definition?
Who is the privileged group and who is the oppressed group?
What else should we know about this identity?
Big 8 Groups
Group 1 - Race
Group 2 - Sexual Orientation
Group 3 - Socioeconomic Status
Group 4 - Ability Status
Group 5 - Gender
Group 6 - Age
Group 7 - Religion/Spirituality
Group 8 - Ethnicity
Identity Wheel Activity
For each identity, write how you identify (Example: For gender, I would write "Woman.")
35 Dumb Things Well-Intended People Say
The Danger of a Single Story
Spend about 2 minutes writing your reflections on the video.
What do you do when someone is not being inclusive?
Think - Pair -Share!
What was easiest to fill in?
Which was most difficult to identify?
Which ones had you thought about before? Which ones were new to think about?
Choose one of the identities where you hold
the privileged identity. Think about and
discuss an example of that privilege.
By Dr. Maura Cullen
Take a statement. In your group, determine the intention of the speaker, the impact the comment might have on the person hearing it, and other things you could say to serve the same intent.
What is Social Justice?
Adams, Bell and Griffin (2007) define social justice as both a process and a goal. "The goal of social justice education is full and equal participation of all groups in a society that is mutually shaped to meet their needs. Social justice includes a vision of society that is equitable and all members are physically and psychologically safe and secure."
Person First Language
Then, get with a partner and answer the following:
What is a single story that has been told about you? What single story have you told about others?
How are you feeling?
What did you learn?
What do you still want to learn?
How will you apply this to your work with this committee & beyond?
What questions do you have?
Wrap Up Chat!