WHEN: March 22, 2019
TIME: 8:30am - 11:30am
WHERE: Cypress College, CCCPLX 216
ALL FACULTY, STAFF & STUDENTS WELCOME
This dialogue will challenge scholars to evaluate the significance of positionality to increase self-awareness while understanding the consequential effects of racial microragresions on Black and Latinx students. Participants will gain an understanding of the types of microagressions and also engage in activities to heighten awareness of power and privilege to improve the racial climate both in the classroom and on campus for students, faculty ,and staff.
Presenter Ada Robinson-Perez, licensed social worker and Ph.D candidate at Binghamton University. Her research interests include racial disparities in mental health care, racial micoragressions in higher education and workplace, and parent mentor programs in rural public school systems.
Followed by a panel discussion with panelists: Professor Katheryn McGuthry & Virgil Adams
Register on District-Wide Staff Development Calendar on myGateway https://mg.nocccd.edu/web/home-community/calendar