Whiteness and Microaggressions Training

Color Mannequins

This four-hour workshop (divided into 2 two-hour segments) will offer an introduction to the concept of whiteness, the significance of whiteness in our everyday lives, and how whiteness shapes our interactions. We will examine how whiteness affects various systems of advantage and what that looks like in our community. Additionally, we will explore how microaggressions are a manifestation of whiteness. We will address what microaggressions are, how we can identify them, and how they impact our daily interactions with one another. Finally, we will examine strategies to confront and avoid committing microaggressions. 

Workshop is divided into two sessions:

 

December 11, 2018 2-4 PM

December 12, 2018 2-4 PM

Tuesday, December 11, 2018 - 2:00pm to 4:00pm
Instructor: 
Meredith Oram & Edelmira Reynoso
Maximum Enrollment: 
25


You will be directed to our Skillport website.  
If you are not automatically logged in, use your HSU credentials.  Once in the course page, click the 
Enroll link.  You may also add the course to "Your Plan."

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