Cultural Competency Seminar – Social Justice and Microaggressions

Cultural Competency Seminar – Social Justice and Microaggressions

>>Vernon Wall is a leader in social justice who was revered for his impact on various aspects within higher education. And he holds a cultural competency seminar. This video includes Wall’s address, followed by a video about microaggressions and how they affect students, faculty and staff within the campus community. Participants give in-depth examples of […]

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Cultural Competency Seminar – Disruption in the Workplace

Cultural Competency Seminar – Disruption in the Workplace

>>Jennifer Rossler, from the Office of Human Resources, is our next speaker. And she talks about the importance of dealing with office disruption. She is followed by a short video. Please pay attention to the three top issues — disruption in the workplace, the policies associated with it and repairing it, and how to avoid […]

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Part 3: Cultural Competence Strategies

Part 3: Cultural Competence Strategies

Hello everyone and welcome back. I’m Dr. Ivor Weiner, Professor of Special Education and the Director of the Family Focus Resource Center. With me for the final video in our three-part series is Dr. Wendy Ashley, Professor of Social Work. In the last two videos we examined cultural competency, cultural humility, and our own bias. […]

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NCCAH Webinar Cultural Safety for Indigenous Peoples Presentation with Dr. de Leeuw

NCCAH Webinar Cultural Safety for Indigenous Peoples Presentation with Dr. de Leeuw

So thank you very much for that introduction folks and I’m really looking forward to speaking with you for the next little while about cultural safety for Indigenous people as a determinant of indigenous peoples health. I just want to quickly say I’m really thankful to one of the participants who observed that in any […]

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Intercultural Communication Adventure with Little Pilot

Intercultural Communication Adventure with Little Pilot

It’s a big world, full of difference and diversity. How you see others is influenced by your own cultural perspective, and how others see you is influenced by their cultural perspective. What happens when you speak? Do people from other cultures understand you in the way you intended? And what happens with different cultures in […]

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Cultural Competency: Why It Matters to Lawyers

Cultural Competency: Why It Matters to Lawyers

Cultural competence is a broad term and by that I mean you talk about someone’s race or ethnicity it’s kind of narrow but with culture it’s broader it’s it’s all the aspects that make a person who they are the things that they’ve learned things they’ve experienced in their life and interacted so it’s kind […]

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Bridging the Cultural Divide Between Teachers and Students

Bridging the Cultural Divide Between Teachers and Students

HARI SREENIVASAN: But, first: Urban school districts are tough places to be a teacher — but also where the best and the brightest are needed the most. In Chicago, which is dealing with one of the worst budget crises in years, recruiting and holding on to good teachers is an uphill battle. The district also […]

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Building a Culture of Justice

Building a Culture of Justice

Imagine you are in danger. Someone you love is hurting you, and you don’t know where to turn. You’re confused, alone, and scared for your life. Finally, someone tells you about a safe place to get help. You feel hopeful. But when you get there… It’s hard to get inside. You have no idea which […]

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Cultural Competency Seminar – Fireside Chat

Cultural Competency Seminar – Fireside Chat

>>The Culture Competency Seminar featured a Fireside Chat on Creating Inclusive Environments on Campus. Dr. Marisa Bisiani, Assistant Vice President for Student Health, Wellness, and Prevention, and Professor Lisa Deitrich join Moderator, Verna Wall and share insights on their personal experiences with microaggressions and discrimination. They also share solutions on how to address these issues […]

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Cultural Competency Seminar – Discrimination and Sexual Misconduct

Cultural Competency Seminar – Discrimination and Sexual Misconduct

>>In this video Karin Martinsen and Dr. Antonio Ferrantino of the Office of Institutional Diversity and Equity begin a discussion on the importance of nondiscrimination and avoiding sexual misconduct. They will then introduce a short video on discrimination and sexual harassment. The most important thing we hope you learn from this video is what to […]

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