Advanced Interpersonal Skills in Cultural Humility

Dates: June 12, 2019

Meets: W from 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM

Location: MCC North Express 307

Registration Fee: $10.00

This three-hour workshop will help participants understand the multiple dimensions of racial power, the personal and societal costs and benefits of racism and how to develop the interpersonal skills needed to engage in constructive race-related dialog. This workshop will provide opportunities for individual reflection, small-group and large-group exploration.

Learning Objectives:
Understand and define power, privilege, racism, white fragility and cultural humility.
Self-Reflection and Identity: Characterize personal worldview including any cultural biases and/or blind spots. Assess the ways in which power and privilege shape interactions.
Skills-Building: Expand racial intelligence and develop the skills necessary to engage in productive inter-racial conversations with the goal of achieving our racial justice goals. Practice cultural humility techniques for appropriate interracial interactions including power analysis, active listening, reflecting, reserving judgment, constructive inquiry, and productive conflict.
Fee: $10.00

MCC North Express 307