Podcast Ep. 42 – Politically (In-)Correct: Survival Lessons for the 21st Century

Aug 11, 2020

In this episode of The Forum Podcast, Dr. Kristine F. Hoover (Gonzaga University) addresses the gap in knowledge for well intended people who may struggle with language and skills to “do the work” and to engage in dialogue with diverse others.

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Listeners  will be invited to reflect on topics including other-ing and ally-ship through dialogic organization development processes. There is no “quick fix” for people to become skilled in the complexities of DEI work (Carr, P., 2008, p. 81), and the content of this session will address feelings of uncertainty and readiness for social change as productive processes to face forward.

Learning Outcomes
  • Develop fluency with a contemporary DEI vocabulary, including other-ing, ally-ship and racial equity
  • Reflect on your own level of readiness for change in racial equity work
  • Develop skills for inviting conversations for racial healing

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