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Because ​we ​belong ​to ​a ​particular ​racial ​or ​ethnic ​group ​does ​not ​mean ​that ​we ​view ​race ​in ​the ​same ​way. ​ ​One ​African ​American ​man ​might ​hold ​a ​sign ​that ​says ​“All ​Lives ​Matter” ​while ​another ​protests ​on ​the ​streets ​of ​Baltimore ​demanding ​justice ​for ​Black ​Lives. ​ ​How ​is ​it ​that ​two ​people ​from ​the ​same ​racial ​group ​can ​see ​the ​same ​situation ​so ​differently? ​ ​

This ​workshop ​explores ​the ​different ​stages ​of ​racial/ethnic ​identity ​development ​that ​people ​within ​groups ​go ​through, ​as ​a ​way ​to ​better ​understand ​the ​progressive ​development ​of ​one’s ​thinking. ​ ​It ​is ​through ​this ​understanding ​that ​we ​can ​more ​effectively ​engage ​in ​race ​related ​conversations. ​ ​

Through ​storytelling, ​lecture, ​and ​interactive ​exercises, ​participants ​explore ​their ​own ​stages ​of ​racial/ethnic ​identity ​development ​and ​learn ​to ​better ​understand ​that ​of ​others. ​ ​We’ll ​use ​this ​new ​understanding ​to ​examine ​how ​to ​effectively ​communicate ​within ​and ​across ​cultures ​and ​discuss ​how ​this ​relates ​to ​our ​workplaces. ​ ​

Workshop ​Objectives:
1) ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​Engage ​in ​courageous ​conversations ​about ​race;
2) ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​Learn ​models ​for ​racial/ethnic ​identity ​development;
3) ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​Practice ​skills ​for ​engaging ​within ​and ​across ​cultures.

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