IMPORTANT NOTE: This is a two-part series that takes place on May 18 and June 15 from 11:45-1:15. Please plan to attend both sessions.
To build community in your classroom or workshop, it is essential to talk about the things people say and do that communicate slights and insults to a target person or group. This requires learning how to de-escalate aggressive words, behaviors and environments that violate the sense of belonging needed for equity.
Join this two-part series to understand where microaggressions come from and how they manifest. Then gain practice with a practical toolkit of microinterventions that can be used to build an atmosphere of psychological safety and bravery.
Note: Registration for both sessions is required for this series.
This session is only open to Northeastern University students, staff and educators. Please use your Northeastern email when registering.