Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion: Strategies for Facilitating Conversations on Race was originally created for our most popular workshop. Designed for facilitators at all levels of experience, this book includes ways to set your workshop up for success before people even walk in the door, basic facilitation tips, specific ideas for engaging in courageous conversations, and strategies for counteracting expressions of white privilege.
Caprice D. Hollins and Ilsa M. Govan have created an honest and forthright, multiple perspectives guide for all levels of racial and social justice workshop facilitators. From how to organize and maximize the physical space and create a productive, engaging atmosphere, to methods for redirecting those who attempt to control the conversation, this guide offers direction for engaging in honest, critical dialogue. Authors offer ways to scaffold prior knowledge, defuse intercultural conflict and engage in the introspective reflection required to be successful in social justice activism. A welcome addition to the field. — Eddie Moore Jr., Ph.D. Founder, The White Privilege Conference
What pushes your Hot Buttons? These 2 1/4 inch buttons feature microaggressions, subtle, often well-intended statements that communicate bias or stereotypes. They are custom designed so you can choose your favorites or create your own. They come with instructions for use in workshops. A great conversation starter about unconscious bias and intent vs. impact!
The hot buttons have been a great way to initiate dialogue with students, specifically surrounding microaggressions. We consistently use them for training, workshops, and presentations. Our students love them! — Jenae Harrington, MURP, Program Specialist, Multicultural Student Affairs, Virginia Commonwealth University
This flash drive includes detailed instructions for facilitating our favorite activities about race. The drive includes lesson plans, PowerPoint slides, and templates for multiple activities included. Also included are PowerPoint slideshows of quotes about social justice, inspirational poems, norms for courageous conversations, a packet for exploring what cultural competence means, and a list of movies, books, articles and other resources we recommend.
I just wanted to let you know that we held two sessions at our All College Day. One was a general discussion about diversity and what it is. The other was using your stereotypes activity. Even though we only had 45 minutes for each, they were wildly successful and popular. In fact, we’ve been asked to do training for a state-wide meeting. Thank you so much!
— Jennifer Barber, Diversity Committee Chair, Grays Harbor College
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