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Interrogating White Middle-Class Dominance in our Workplaces

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Facilitator: Aaron Hood

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Higher Education in the United States was founded within the context of race, gender, and class dominance and those influences continue to this day. We see this in the work that we do on a daily basis. We see our students struggle to adapt to the culture of our institutions. We see "diverse hiring practices" but a lack of effort put into the retention of our diverse staff. We know that there are issues of hunger and homelessness on our campuses. How are we contributing to these issues? How can we confront these issues?

Developing a keen eye to see the influences of white middle-class dominance in our universities will help us counteract them and create more inclusive communities. In this webinar, you will see examples of these dynamics, evaluate your own workplace for these methods of dominance, and reflect on how you can create change.

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  • By the end of the webinar, particpants will be able to identify white, middle class dominance present in our workplaces
  • By the end of the webinar, participants will be able to demonstrate methods to interrupt the influence of this dominance
  • By the end of the webinar, participants will be able to evaluate our workplaces for these mechanisms of dominance



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