Professional Development

Inclusion, Diversity, Equity, & Access in the Classroom

Exploring Bias and Community Accountability Through the Arts

A two-part series.
Participants should plan to attend both sessions.

In-Person at the LBC Education Studio!


Instructor:
Reyna Brown

Part I

Join us for an in-person immersive two-hour workshop to explore the emotional impact of unconscious bias using art, music, and poetry. This workshop is crafted to foster a sense of community while dramatizing certain experiences that can make people uncomfortable as a tool for personal growth. In this session participants can expect to share personal testimonies, engage in theater activities, and take-home tools for further reflection on our personal relationship to equity, diversity, and inclusion.

Part II

Offered as a supplement to our first workshop, this 90-minute Zoom session will focus on sharing structures for communal accountability moving forward. Participants can expect to walk away with equitable communication techniques, an understanding of restorative practices, and a heightened awareness of one’s personal responsibility to cultivating equitable spaces.

Event Information


Part I
Wednesday, Apr. 5, 2023
4:00 – 6:00 pm
In-Person at the LBC Education Studio!

Part II
Wednesday, Apr. 19, 2023
4:00 – 5:30 pm
Virtual!

$20 each person for both sessions


FOR MORE INFORMATION

email Tracy Sawyer, Community Partnerships Supervisor, or call 707.800.7529.

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