Inclusivity Series: Proven Tactics To Combat Systemic Racism Across Campus

To launch the conversation and initiate lasting change, you need to understand anti-discrimination laws, proven tactics to eliminate racism, and strategies to enable minority students, teachers, and other staff members to be seen, heard, respected, and celebrated.

Topics Covered in this Series

  • Laws that prohibit discrimination
  • Steps to address real-world issues that affect students
  • Strategies to help students feel they belong
  • Racial conversations for courses
  • Tactics to provide comprehensive support to students
  • Microaggressions
  • Implicit bias
  • Intersectionality
  • Impact on students, faculty, and staff
  • Classroom, workplace, and life experiences
  • Strategies to recognize biases and take steps to adjust
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Training Overview

Use the summer to build a more inclusive campus when students return. Eliminate racism, discrimination, microaggressions, and bias.

Students continue to experience implicit bias and microaggressions on campus daily. As you plan for the next school year, the summer is a perfect time to examine whether all members of your school community are fully recognized and included. You can use the weeks ahead to update policies to reflect the nation’s reckoning with systemic racism.

To launch the conversation and initiate lasting change, you need to understand anti-discrimination laws, proven tactics to eliminate racism, and strategies to enable minority students, teachers, and other staff members to be seen, heard, respected, and celebrated.

We have assembled a two-part webinar series to guide you in your quest to combat racism and foster inclusivity.

Webinar 1: Microaggressions: How To Identify And Combat Them In Your Workplace And School

  • Microaggressions
  • Implicit bias
  • Intersectionality
  • Impact on students, faculty, and staff
  • Classroom, workplace, and life experiences
  • Strategies to recognize biases and take steps to adjust

Webinar 2: Anti-Racism In And Out Of The Classroom: How to Be An Ally For Higher Education Students

  • Laws that prohibit discrimination
  • Steps to address real-world issues that affect students
  • Strategies to help students feel they belong
  • Racial conversations for courses
  • Tactics to provide comprehensive support to students
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Who Should Attend?
  • Faculty members
  • Student affairs professionals
  • Deans
  • Associate/assistant deans
  • Student-facing staff members
What's included
Training includes
  • Certificate of Attendance
  • All resources and training materials
About

Expert Presenter

Precious Green Gunter
  • Director of Equity, Ethics, Compliance, and Title IX Coordinator at Florida Gulf Coast University
  • Chairs the university’s Title IX and Diversity and Inclusion Committees and assists with programming and training to promote education and awareness throughout the university community
  • Adjunct legal and ethics instructor for FGCU’s Lutgert College of Business
  • Previously adjunct ethics instructor for Virginia College
  • Worked as a staff attorney for Legal Aid of North Carolina for almost five years
  • Certified Compliance and Ethics Professional through the Society of Corporate Compliance and Ethics
  • B.S. in Human Resource Management from the University of South Carolina
  • J.D. from North Carolina Central University School of Law
  • Admitted to practice law in the state of North Carolina
About

Expert Presenter

Brandon Washington
  • Senior Vice President of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion at EverQuote Inc., an online insurance marketplace based in Cambridge, Massachusetts
  • Formerly Associate Vice Chancellor for Equal Opportunity and Compliance at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill (UNC)
  • Served as the Chief Diversity Officer and Title IX Coordinator at Florida Gulf Coast University in Fort Myers, Florida
  • Spent five years as an investigator, trainer, and mediator with the U.S. Department of Education, Office for Civil Rights (OCR)
  • Licensed attorney in North Carolina
  • B.S. in Business Administration from the University of South Carolina
  • MBA from Charleston Southern University
  • J.D. from Florida A&M College of Law