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Real Talk: Engaging Diversity Through Intergroup Dialogue
Monday, January 21, 2013 8:30am to 1pm
Martin Luther King Day of Dialogues -- Intersections of Race with Gender and Class
Wachman Hall, Ground Level
The Real Talk-MLK Day of Dialogues consists of two 3 hour dialogues focused on race as it intersects with gender and class. These two dialogues should bring about a deeper understanding of how race, gender and class impact the lives of individuals and groups. The primary objective of the dialogues is to learn from others through sharing knowledge, perspectives and personal narratives in order to enhance participants' multicultural competency, communication skills, and interpersonal relationships. Real Talk is geared towards professionals and advanced graduate and professional school students.
The Race-Gender Dialogue will allow participants to engage in a dialogue exploring how the intersection of their racial and gender identities impact their lives on an individual, institutional and social levels. Participants will be able to dialogue about how their racial-gender identities influences significant choices and outcomes related to their personal and professional lives. Potential dialogue topics include:
The Race-Class Dialogue will explore how the intersectionality of race and class/socio-economic status confound issues of racial and class identity, power and privilege. Potential dialogue topics include:
Each person registering for Real Talk will select either the Race-Gender Dialogue or the Race-Class Dialogue. During the online registration process, registrants will be asked to select the dialogue they would like to participate in based on their individual preferences. There must be a mininum of 12 people to have a dialogue on a topic with an even number of people from the target and agent groups.
Registration Deadline is Friday, January 11, 2013.
Registration Cost: $20. For Temple University employees and graduate and professional school students the registration fee is $5. We do have an EARLY BIRD rate of $10 (free for Temple registrants) for those who register by January 4. Please register online. Checks and money orders will be accepted for payment.
Step One: Please first register for the symosium by clicking here.
Step Two: To pay by check or money order, click here for an Invoice for Payment to send in your payment by mail.
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Tchet Dorman, Director, Center for Social Justice and Multicultural Education, Office of Institutional Diversity, Equity, Advocacy and Leadership. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. Phone: 215-204-5509.
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