Engleman Hall - Room B121
Do you feel like you are entering uncharted territory when it comes to talking about race, power, privilege, or oppression with your students? Are you afraid of how others may respond to discussing these challenging topics? This workshop will help faculty and other professionals learn to respond skillfully and sensitively to approach topics concerning race, power, privilege, and oppression.
Workshop attendees will also learn strategies to deal with the emotional responses these topics provoke from students.
Join us for an interactive workshop led by the authors of a newly published text, Sustaining Conversations on Racism, Identity, and our Mutual Humanity: Steve Burghardt, Kalima DeSuze, Linda Lausell Bryant, & Mohan Vinjamuri.
The first 30 to register and attend this workshop will receive a free copy of the speakers' newly published text on this topic!
Light refreshments will be served • RSVP by 4/11 by clicking below:
Social Work CECs have been applied for and will be available for a $10 fee.
Please request CECs on RSVP form. Cash or check made out to "Cash" accepted.
This workshop is supported by a Faculty Development Grant
If you have any questions, please contact Dr. Kyle O'Brien from the Department of Social Work at firstname.lastname@example.org.
New Haven, CT 06515
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