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Mirror Windows and Lenses Unlearning Early Messages Part 1

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We receive messages of stereotypes and assumptions at an early age from various socializers. This session will focus on what those early messages are and where they came from. Participants will have an opportunity to identify experiences that have consciously and unconsciously shaped their identities, assumptions about other people and their world view. Participants will also reflect on how we can unlearn those messages in order to reduce the impact of bias on our students and communities, as well as brainstorming ways to break the cycle of socialization.
Erin Beacham, Founder, ACTivator (https://www.linkedin.com/in/erin-beacham-70774919/ )
Perri D. Chandler @ACT Consulting (https://www.linkedin.com/in/perri-d-chandler-bbb3363 )

Presentation Slides: https://bit.ly/06-23EduEquity-Webinar-Slides
Learn more about ACT (Activate/Challenge/Transform) Consulting LLC at https://www.actconsultinggroup.com/

This session is part of the public #EduEquity Webinar series intended for educators, diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) practitioners, higher education leaders and administrators, employers, nonprofit organizations, and government affiliations, and University of Phoenix faculty, staff, students, and alumni across the globe.

The #EduEquity Webinar series is brought to you by University of Phoenix-Office of Educational Equity (https://www.phoenix.edu/equity-and-diversity/educational-equity.html)
University of Phoenix (https://www.phoenix.edu/) has long been focused on creating a diverse, equitable, inclusive and belonging (DEIB) learning and workplace environment. We seek to foster a space where we can share and reflect on what we have learned, our successes, and focus on opportunities to further our DEIB growth and potential as well as that of our communities where we teach, learn, live and work.
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