Bias & Microaggressions: Addressing Current Issues
Xavier faculty are able to attend this event for free. Please register as you would for a regular CAT+FD event. We will then contact you with the necessary log in information.
Racism and xenophobia, along with many other types of microaggressions and bias, have increased as a result of the COVID-19 global pandemic. Asians and Asian Americans have faced harassment, discrimination, and violence, while a shift to remote or virtual online learning has left many without equitable tools to learn. The use of masks by many people of color further illuminates the cultural bias society has as some are perceived as criminals although the use of protective facial coverings is advised for many across the world.
* How can your campus address these key equity and inclusion concepts in light of the current health crisis?
* How can faculty, staff and administrators educate and respond both virtually and in-on campus environments?
Join your peers on May 13, 2020, where our expert presenter will offer crucial, actionable takeaways to help you delve into these many issues of bias and microaggressions so you can effectively combat incidents within your community and beyond.
You’ll walk away with a foundational understanding of important equity and inclusion concepts; the ability to assess your own biases; and strategies to address microaggressions, bias, discrimination and hate towards a variety of communities whether virtually or in person.
- Led by: Naomi Sigg (Director of Multicultural Affairs, Case Western Reserve University)
- Date: Wednesday, May 13, 2020
- Time: 1:00 - 2:30 PM
- Location: Virtual
- Sponsor: BUILD