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Raising Awareness of Diversity Education in the Resident Assistant Position

A short presentation to help prepare Resident Assistants for their position.

Daniel Smith

on 5 July 2011

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Transcript of Raising Awareness of Diversity Education in the Resident Assistant Position

DIVERSITY "Geneseo values diversity and respects the unique contributions of each individual to the campus community." So, what is Diversity? Gender Race Age Gender Identity Ansestry Color Disability National Origin Religion Religios Practices Sexual Orientation What does this mean? Residence Halls and on campus housing are breeding grounds for diversity. Students from all over the world each with their own set of experiences and identities share their lives with eachother. What can RA's do? Help residents recognize diversity in your community Identify bias situations quickly Serve as a resource to students Plan programs around embracing and growing diversity One of the best things that an RA can do to raise diversity awareness on campus is to set a positive example themselves by dealing with bias situations quickly and appropriatly, supporting the ideas of all residents and being knowledgeable of campus policy and resources. Bias-Related Incidents http://www.geneseo.edu/diversity/procedures A bias-related incident or bias incident is motivated, in whole or in part, by the offender’s bias against the actual or perceived age, ancestry, color, disability, gender, gender identity, national origin, race, religion, religious practices, or sexual orientation of the targeted person or group, but does not rise to the level of a criminal offense. Lastly..... Resident Assistants should work with their RD or AC to cultivate respect in the community and address diversity concerns as they arise. Questions?
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