Microaggressions: Towards Greater Awareness and Understanding

As cultural beings, we are products of our socialization.

Course Description

As cultural beings, we are products of our socialization. Our socialization includes conditioning in how we understand differences and our identities and how those identities are understood and experienced at the individual and structural levels. Using the work of Derald Wing Sue, this session explores the phenomenon of microaggressions in everyday life by increasing awareness of common occurrences; understanding its impact on those who experience them; and exploring strategies on how to mitigate and respond to them.

NOTE: Class is subject to a minimum enrollment of 15 to proceed. If the course for your campus does not work for your schedule then you may enroll in the offering for the other campus.

We recommend taking the Making the Unconscious Conscious: Understanding and Mitigating Bias course to supplement the learning objectives from this course.

Instructors

Eric Sanchez
Mikael Villalobos
Christopher Pheneger

Date | Time | Location

November 9, 2022
8:30-12:00
Virtual Instructor-Led Training 

February 16, 2023
8:30-12:00
Virtual Instructor-Led Training 

 

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