CANCELED DUE TO WEATHER Faculty/Staff Training with Yavilah McCoy
Wednesday, March 14, 8am-10am, Memorial S304
X +Y = Z: Discovering the Behavioral Variables for Implicit Bias and Micro-Aggression in Campus Institutional Settings
Racial micro-aggressions are brief and commonplace daily, verbal, behavioral, or environmental indignities, whether intentional or unintentional, that communicate hostile, derogatory, or negative racial slights and insults toward students of color in campus settings. Implicit bias work addresses the paradox of how one can hold progressive beliefs and principles and still think, speak and act in ways that perpetuate racial bias. As we endeavor to build inclusive, multi-faith, multi- racial, non-heteronormative spaces for all students on campus, what are the behavioral variables that we must learn to recognize and change in order to make the implicit explicit and engage in alternative behaviors? This presentation will discuss concrete tools and strategies for engaging in transformational behavior toward more equitable campus environments.
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