This training will be a discussion around why it is important to be culturally competent and sensitive to others and how white supremacy/dominant culture has played a role in not valuing other cultures.
- Monday, April 26 from 3-5 PM
- Tuesday, April 27 from 3-5 PM
- Wednesday, April 28 from 3-5 PM
- Thursday, April 29 from 3-5 PM
Please note: you must attend all 4 sessions to complete this training
Participants will learn:
importance of being culturally responsive/sensitive within work spaces and our
stereotypes and attitudes around the perceptions we all have of each other.
society’s portrayal of minorities/ethnic people of color can assist in our
perception of other cultures/ethnicities.
perceptions of people of color/other cultures can affect the way we operate in
- How the
perception of communities of color can affect how and whom we hire.
- How the
perceptions of communities of color can affect whom we interact.
perceptions of communities of color can affect with whom we do business.
implicit biases play into the stereotypes we all have and how that can affect
our processes and policies in work spaces.
micro aggressions play into the implicit biases and stereotypes we all have and
how they can play into our work spaces to create white supremacy culture.
For questions, please contact:
Shanise Palmer at firstname.lastname@example.org or 484-893-1031
Wilberto Sicard at email@example.com