[DEI Training Series] Racial Microaggressions: What are They and Why are they Harmful In-Person
When we engage in conversations across cultures, there is always the risk that what we say might offend someone. Oftentimes we don’t even know why what we said was offensive. But rather than risk offending many people avoid cross cultural dialogue altogether or cling to “politically correct” terminology. The tightrope we walk and the mental labor that ensues is exhausting and often leaves everyone involved feeling unheard or misunderstood. Dr. Caprice Hollins will present on what has commonly become known as microaggressions.
- Learn about different types of microaggressions
- Be able to identify microaggressions when they occur
- Understand the impact of microaggressions on our daily lives
Will this Workshop be Recorded? No.
Intended Audience: This workshop is appropriate for library staff at any level or position.
About the Instructor: Caprice Hollins, Psy.D. is co-founder of Cultures Connecting. She received a B.A. in psychology from Seattle University and M.A. and Psy.D. degrees in Clinical Psychology with an emphasis in Multicultural and Community Psychology from California School of Professional Psychology―LA. She became licensed in Washington State in 2000 and has over 20 years of experience studying and working with ethnically diverse populations. Her experience includes opening and Directing the Department of Equity & Race Relations for Seattle Public Schools. Dr. Hollins spent 20 years at the Seattle School of Theology & Psychology where she was an Affiliate Professor in the Counseling Department. She is the co-author, with Ilsa Govan, of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion: Strategies for Facilitating Conversations on Race.
- Wednesday, June 9, 2021
- 1:00pm - 4:00pm
- Time Zone:
- Eastern Time - US & Canada (change)
- Virtual CE Class