University of Phoenix Office of Educational Equity announces webinar: “Where is my privilege?” Future Challenges for Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion

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About the event

Covid-19 and the recent Black Lives Matter protests challenging ‘whiteness’, ‘white supremacy’ and ‘white privilege’ highlight that both the structural, interpersonal and everyday life of black and minority communities is a different and often a separate lived experience to a white population.

This raises key issues for community educators and the process of building allies. This discussion will offer an insight into white, lived experiences and the challenges we all face to connect, share and place value on our lives.

The future of diversity, equity, and inclusion as a result of the current climate.

This webinar will cover the following topics:

  • Race, privilege and implications on educators, learners, and business leaders
  • The future of diversity, equity, and inclusion as a result of the current climate.

 

Watch Live | July 16, 2020 at 11 a.m. (Arizona Time)

Panel Moderator:

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Dr. Lilia Santiague, Associate Dean of Instruction for Doctoral Education with the College of Doctoral Studies at the University of Phoenix. 

Speakers:

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Kusminder Chahal, Senior Research Fellow at the School of Social Sciences at Birmingham City University

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Harris Beider, Head of School of Social Sciences and Professor of Communities and Public Policy at Birmingham City University


Resources

Breaking White Silence and Stepping up your work for Racial Justice

Korn Ferry Race Matters What Can I Do?

Publications Authored by Speakers & Moderator

The Other America:  White Working-Class Perspectives on Race, Identity and Change 

Supporting Victims of Hate Crime: A Practitioner Guide

Having our say: Examining the career trajectories of Black male educators in p-12 education (national white paper) 

Exploring the career trajectories of Black male educators in p-12 education. Journal for Multicultural Education. (awaiting final decision) 

#Revolutionorrevelation: Exploring social media through revelation of similitude. Black History Bulletin, (78), 1.  

Moving towards modern day revolution: An afterward. Black History Bulletin, (78), 1.  

Diversity in schools. In S. McPherson & E. Blue (Eds.), Students, environment, task and technology tools (SETT) for the digital learner. Nova Science Publishing Inc.  

Multicultural education. In Progress in Education (book series). Nova Science Publishing, Inc.  

Supporting girls of color in STEM. In Green, S.L. (Ed.), STEM education: Strategies for teaching learners with special needs. Nova Science Publishing Inc.  

Speech and language impairments. In A.F., Rotatori, J.P., Bakken, S. Burkhardt, F.E., Obiakor, & U. Sharma (Eds.), Special education: An international perspective. Emerald Publishing.  

Infusing culturally and linguistically responsive instruction in STEM programs. In Green, S.L. (Ed.), STEM education: How to train 21st century teachers. Nova Science Publishing Inc.  

New kid on the block: Understanding diversity socialization from the new employee perspective. Ann Arbor, MI: ProQuest Publishing. 

Podcast hosted by speakers

What White Working-class Americans Really Think

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