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ADEI发展机会

机构股票 and 归属感 Workshops

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All workshops have a maximum of 30 participants. All other interested parties will be notified when maximum capacity has been reached. 

We continue to be grateful for the level of support, enthusiasm and interest the CC community has for furthering ADEI work. While there are still spaces open in the series, please know this is only one of the many ways your teams can engage in ADEI work. 更多资源请点击这里: ADEI Capacity Building Guidance for Supervisors.

罗莎莉·罗德里格斯协助
2023年10月11日,下午3点到5点.

在这个互动式工作坊中, we will take an intersectional dive into Peggy McIntosh's seminal work "Unpacking the Invisible Knapsack" exploring white privilege. Using this framework we will look at all of our identities (race, 性别, 性取向, 宗教, 等.) and understand the ways in which we can simultaneously hold power and experience oppression in various spaces. We will also explore terminology that has become popularized in recent years around power and privilege, 比如白色或男性的脆弱, 否认, and silence and assess their impact on our inter行动 with our community.

由埃尔萨琳·霍普促成
2023年11月2日,上午9点至下午12点.

This workshop is designed to increase participants’ understanding/awareness of implicit/explicit bias and its impacts on our practices, 行动, and attitudes both in and outside the workplace. This workshop aims to enhance self-reflection and critical thinking through an interactive human-centered experience. Participants will immerse themselves in techniques and strategies that help interrupt patterns of behavior that do not align with institutional values and develop knowledge and skills that advance 股本 and belonging.

牡丹·弗哈根协助
2023年12月6日下午3点至5点.

This workshop centers on understanding what microaggressions are and their psychological impact, 识别微侵犯何时发生, and intervening when a bystander of a microaggressive act. We will also review a newer concept called microaffirmations. 以及定义这种行为, we will practice various ways to engage microaffirmations with colleagues and 学生s and discuss how they foster a positive campus community.

由埃尔萨琳·霍普促成 & 罗莎莉罗德里格斯
2024年2月6日,下午3点到5点.

什么是反种族主义? AR与DEI有何不同? Anti-racism is the practice of actively fighting against racism. 在这个互动式工作坊中, we will explore the basic tenets of anti-racism, 培养你的技能, and self-efficacy to identify opportunities to challenge systems and attitudes that perpetuate oppression. Participants will gain an understanding of why CC made a commitment to antiracism and where they too can make a conscious commitment to eradicate racism and inequities wherever they may exist including in ourselves.

罗莎莉·罗德里格斯协助
2024年2月27日,下午3点到5点.

在这个互动式工作坊中, participants will learn how to navigate two frameworks for assessing antiracism, 多样性, 股本 和包容 (ADEI); one personal and one institutional. Each framework will provide tangible examples of resistance, stagnation, progress and transformation. Participants will be asked to identify where they/their institution are/is on their journey and identify opportunities for new skills or topics to learn, 从哪里获得这些信息, and how to move beyond their current capacity.

牡丹·弗哈根协助
2024年3月4日,下午3点到5点.

在这个研讨会上, participants will have the opportunity to consider more closely their cultural identity development using theoretical models and self-report surveys. We will also discuss how your cultural identity attitudes shape your behavior, influence your interpersonal inter行动, 指导你的人生选择. 最后, we will have an opportunity to talk about cultural identity development change and growth in adulthood.

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反种族主义读书俱乐部

请填写2023-2024登记表 fill out this registration form prior to pick-up.

项目

ADEI管理证书

Overseen by the ADEI Leadership Team and signed by the College President, the ADEI管理证书 celebrates your commitment to continuous learning and unlearning practices that foster a deeper understanding of antiracism, 多样性, 股本, 和包容.  

如何获得证书? 

整个学年, a series of events that are designated as ADEI Stewardship eligible will be presented.  These events include but are not limited to The Dismantling Hate Series, 反种族主义读书俱乐部, 管家中心工作坊, 皇冠中心发展等. Simply sign-in at any six designated events of these events to earn the Bronze Level. 触碰银器 Level by 参加 12 events and Gold Level by 参加 18 events.

铜牌:参加6项赛事 
银色:参加12场活动 
金牌:参加18场活动 

Annual Recertification – ongoing stewardship through co-facilitation of an ADEI-related event, 持续的指导, 以及ADEI的倡导者. 

此证书不是一个复选框. Once you have reached Gold the goal is to pay it forward and to continually invest in your understanding through certification. The ADEI leadership team is always looking for ADEI champions that can help orient new staff, 支持连续编程, participate in community social responsibility, and offer 持续的指导 across the CC community.   

How can I get my event to be ADEI Stewardship Eligible? 

Any event that centers on issues of antiracism, 多样性, 股本, or inclusion are eligible for a Stewardship designation. If you feel that your event supports the college’s antiracism commitment, please 提交你的活动 至少在活动前三周. All events must include attendance monitoring and evaluations are highly suggested to ensure feedback and quality of programming. If your event meets the requirements as indicated above you will receive confirmation within 1 week from the ADEI leadership team and your event will be listed on our webpage as well.  

年度认证 

Is anti-oppressive education at the center of your life and goals? Have you already earned a Gold certificate but want to keep it fresh? You can certify your Stewardship each year after you have earned your Gold certificate by 参加, 促进, or teaching 2 certificate eligible events, 课程, or programs in 1 year and completing any of the following 活动:  

  • co-facilitation and/or planning of an ADEI-related event 
  • Becoming a mentor or peer educator for ADEI related programs (MAP/Riley Scholars, 教学辅导计划, Butler Center Peer Educators/Bridge Peer Mentors/Bridge 教师 Mentors, 等) 
  • 出国留学 
  • Teaching a power and privilege designated course 
  • Attending or presenting at a conference with an ADEI focus

 

反种族主义行动共同体(ACA)

注册表单

*Each ACA has a maximum capacity of 30 participants. All other interested parties will be notified when maximum capacity has been reached for each session.*

The 反种族主义行动共同体(ACA) is a collaborative, judgment-free environment where interested parties can come together with a common purpose to develop awareness, 获得知识, and build confidence through guided practice and discovery. ACA将使用演习, 活动, and rich dialogue with peers to stimulate growth and critical thinking. The ACA will operate using a shared and inclusive facilitation structure so that no one person is considered the “leader.” This nonhierarchical structure increases psychological safety, welcomes diverse ADEI topics of interest, and allows for constructive feedback and perspective that helps to build capacity while offering pragmatic application of ADEI principles and strategies.

ACAs are held monthly on Tuesdays from 3:30-5:00 and are open to anyone who is open, 好奇的, and interested in learning and practicing what it means to be an antiracist. 

*Sequential attendance is not a requirement. Each ACA is designed to focus on a new topic so that new parties or those who may not have participated regularly will not feel lost. Learning gains and growth take place in each individual experience, allowing for adaptive engagement and community connection.

 

反种族主义社区参与补助金

​The ADEI leadership team recognizes the need to support and promote educational opportunities outside of the team’s current capacity. 有很多项目, 活动, 以及体现反种族主义的事件, 多样性, 股本, 和包容 (ADEI) that are of professional development value. Department budget constraints should not deprive those interested in furthering our mission and personal growth, so we have decided to introduce an ADEI grant program to help support and offset some of the financial costs associated with participating, 参加, 或者创建ADEI编程.   

这个过程很简单. Complete the attached form describing your funding needs and purpose at least 1 month before the due date of the activity. The ADEI leadership team will then review your request evaluating alignment with the four pillars (courageous conversations & 大胆的行动, 繁荣的社区, 学生, 转换, and elevating CC’s profile)—using an antiracist lens, 促进心理健康, 让事情可持续发展. You will be notified via email within two weeks about the status of your award and or if more information is needed.   

The grant will run until all funds have been exhausted, at which time we will notify the campus of the application acceptance period ending. Our goal is to make the ACE grant an annual opportunity for staff, 教师, and 学生s alike to get involved and stay engaged, furthering our commitment for as long as funds allow.  

完成申请

LACRELA股权连接门户

工作人员 and 教师 have several resources they can access through the LACRELA (Liberal Arts College Racial Equity Leadership Alliance) 股本连接 Portal that include access to professional learning (formerly eConvenings), 股本连接, NACCC调查, resources and monthly virtual learning sessions about antiracism, 多样性 and 股本 provided by the USC center.  

If you are interested in joining the LACRELA Portal, please email Crystal Cravens the ADEI Program Coordinator at ccravens2023@dilidally.net.

请务必包括电子邮件, 名字, title, and contact type (professional learning (formerly eConvenings), 股本连接, NACCC调查或以上全部).
 

项目

管理程序

Overseen by the ADEI Leadership Team and signed by the College President, the ADEI管理证书 celebrates your commitment to continuous learning and unlearning practices that foster a deeper understanding of antiracism, 多样性, 股本, 和包容.  

如何获得证书? 

整个学年, a series of events that are designated as ADEI Stewardship eligible will be presented.  These events include but are not limited to The Dismantling Hate Series, 反种族主义读书俱乐部, 管家中心工作坊, 皇冠中心发展等. Simply sign-in at any six designated events of these events to earn the Bronze Level. 触碰银器 Level by 参加 12 events and Gold Level by 参加 18 events.

铜牌:参加6项赛事 
银色:参加12场活动 
金牌:参加18场活动 

Annual Recertification – ongoing stewardship through co-facilitation of an ADEI-related event, 持续的指导, 以及ADEI的倡导者. 

此证书不是一个复选框. Once you have reached Gold the goal is to pay it forward and to continually invest in your understanding through certification. The ADEI leadership team is always looking for ADEI champions that can help orient new staff, 支持连续编程, participate in community social responsibility, and offer 持续的指导 across the CC community.   

How can I get my event to be ADEI Stewardship Eligible? 

Any event that centers on issues of antiracism, 多样性, 股本, or inclusion are eligible for a Stewardship designation. If you feel that your event supports the college’s antiracism commitment, please 提交你的活动 至少在活动前三周. All events must include attendance monitoring and evaluations are highly suggested to ensure feedback and quality of programming. If your event meets the requirements as indicated above you will receive confirmation within 1 week from the ADEI leadership team and your event will be listed on our webpage as well.  

年度认证 

Is anti-oppressive education at the center of your life and goals? Have you already earned a Gold certificate but want to keep it fresh? You can certify your Stewardship each year after you have earned your Gold certificate by 参加, 促进, or teaching 2 certificate eligible events, 课程, or programs in 1 year and completing any of the following 活动:  

  • co-facilitation and/or planning of an ADEI-related event 
  • Becoming a mentor or peer educator for ADEI related programs (MAP/Riley Scholars, 教学辅导计划, Butler Center Peer Educators/Bridge Peer Mentors/Bridge 教师 Mentors, 等) 
  • 出国留学 
  • Teaching a power and privilege designated course 
  • Attending or presenting at a conference with an ADEI focus

 

反种族主义行动共同体(ACA)

注册表单

*Each ACA has a maximum capacity of 30 participants. All other interested parties will be notified when maximum capacity has been reached for each session.*

The 反种族主义行动共同体(ACA) is a collaborative, judgment-free environment where interested parties can come together with a common purpose to develop awareness, 获得知识, and build confidence through guided practice and discovery. ACA将使用演习, 活动, and rich dialogue with peers to stimulate growth and critical thinking. The ACA will operate using a shared and inclusive facilitation structure so that no one person is considered the “leader.” This nonhierarchical structure increases psychological safety, welcomes diverse ADEI topics of interest, and allows for constructive feedback and perspective that helps to build capacity while offering pragmatic application of ADEI principles and strategies.

ACAs are held monthly on Tuesdays from 3:30-5:00 and are open to anyone who is open, 好奇的, and interested in learning and practicing what it means to be an antiracist. 

*Sequential attendance is not a requirement. Each ACA is designed to focus on a new topic so that new parties or those who may not have participated regularly will not feel lost. Learning gains and growth take place in each individual experience, allowing for adaptive engagement and community connection.

 

反种族主义社区参与补助金

​The ADEI leadership team recognizes the need to support and promote educational opportunities outside of the team’s current capacity. 有很多项目, 活动, 以及体现反种族主义的事件, 多样性, 股本, 和包容 (ADEI) that are of professional development value. Department budget constraints should not deprive those interested in furthering our mission and personal growth, so we have decided to introduce an ADEI grant program to help support and offset some of the financial costs associated with participating, 参加, 或者创建ADEI编程.   

这个过程很简单. Complete the attached form describing your funding needs and purpose at least 1 month before the due date of the activity. The ADEI leadership team will then review your request evaluating alignment with the four pillars (courageous conversations & 大胆的行动, 繁荣的社区, 学生, 转换, and elevating CC’s profile)—using an antiracist lens, 促进心理健康, 让事情可持续发展. You will be notified via email within two weeks about the status of your award and or if more information is needed.   

The grant will run until all funds have been exhausted, at which time we will notify the campus of the application acceptance period ending. Our goal is to make the ACE grant an annual opportunity for staff, 教师, and 学生s alike to get involved and stay engaged, furthering our commitment for as long as funds allow.  

完成申请

LACRELA股权连接门户

工作人员 and 教师 have several resources they can access through the LACRELA (Liberal Arts College Racial Equity Leadership Alliance) 股本连接 Portal that include access to professional learning (formerly eConvenings), 股本连接, NACCC调查, resources and monthly virtual learning sessions about antiracism, 多样性 and 股本 provided by the USC center.  

If you are interested in joining the LACRELA Portal, please email Crystal Cravens the ADEI Program Coordinator at ccravens2023@dilidally.net.

请务必包括电子邮件, 名字, title, and contact type (professional learning (formerly eConvenings), 股本连接, NACCC调查或以上全部).
 

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