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ECLC- Fannie & Afsha
41:27
For those of you coming on, we are recording
ETorres
54:56
Thank you for taking the time to share the facts.
gmay
58:39
Good Afternoon, my question is: "how do we encourage cultrally specific organizations without seemingly rejecting inclusion?"
gmay
01:03:35
Thank you!
Geneva
01:08:28
How would someone deal with microaggressions in the workplace without confrontation?
Shawnee
01:14:39
Can you repeat the name of the curriculum you mentioned and in what ways can an agency incorporate it?
Rena Riback
01:14:58
That definition was from the Anti-Racism Project manual and was sent in by one of our facilitators Carol
lrubin
01:18:09
Not all people of color are African Americans. These prejudices it spans over other people of color such as Hindu and Caribbean cultures as well.
lrubin
01:25:20
Thank you for your great contributions!
Geneva
01:26:12
I think this is why it is important to have staff that can bridge these cultral and language barriers
Rena Riback
01:26:21
If anyone is local to Long Island please consider attending one of the Anti-Rscism Projects’s mini-workshops on micro-aggressions and white privilege . May 2 at Rockville Centre Library 7-9pm; May 9th Oceanside Library 7- 9 pm; June 11th Valley Stream; June 18 th Baldwin Library Please go to our website. Antiracismproject.org for listing of all events and resources
ETorres
01:29:44
How can we get this project in Suffolk?
slundie
01:33:02
It is free event in RVC?
slundie
01:33:26
yay! thank you
Rena Riback
01:36:40
On behalf of all of us at the Anti Racism Project - thank you!
Data Comp
01:36:44
Wonderful conversations today! Thank you for bringing these discussions to a place where we can share and learn how to better take care of each other!
ECLC- Fannie & Afsha
01:36:45
Info about the conference will be sent via email soon, once registration is open!
chriswang
01:36:51
Thank you very much!
ECLC- Fannie & Afsha
01:36:58
Thank you!