Schedule and Session Topic
What does March: Book Three Have to Say to Me/My Campus Unit: Using the First Year Book to Talk within Departments/Units.”
Time: 12:00pm to 1:15pm
*Location: 1310 Marie Mount Hall
RSVP: To ensure that we have enough chairs, desserts, drinks and materials. Please RSVP
*Please note the room and building change - if you enter from the Memorial Chapel side of Marie Mount Hall, take the stairs on either side of the entrance (or the elevator) to the basement. You’ll be near the door to room 1310.
“What’s happening on campus and across the U.S.?” An honest dialogue about hate incidents at UMD and campuses across the country.
Session materials: Handout (Community Agreement and Student Tweets) and session's PowerPoint
Participant responses to this session
“But I don’t feel privileged”: What is identity privilege and how does it affect us?
Session Materials: Session PowerPoint
How To Talk About Privilege To Someone Who Doesn’t Know What That Is
Curriculum for White Americans to Educate Themselves on Race and Racism–from Ferguson to Charleston
Creating Cultural and Institutional Change
Session Materials: Creating Institutional and Cultural Change (PPTX)
Free speech versus hate speech: How do we balance these at a public university?
Facilitators: Dr. Ben Bederson, Executive Director of the Teaching and Learning Transformation Center and faculty member in Dept. of Computer Science; Dr. Ebony Terrell Shockley, Director, Teacher and Leader Certification and Masters Programs and Diversity Officer and faculty member in College of Education; and Dr. Julie Park, Director of Asian American Students and faculty member in Dept. of Sociology
Session Materials: Academic Freedom and Free Speech
Guidance on Sensitive Topics
Hate Bias Incidents: FAQs
“But what do these issues have to do with my class?” Teaching strategies
This session will consider whether and how to bring up difficult topics and sensitive issues, as well as how to respond to unexpected student comments or questions. Part of the discussion will consider how, when students return to campus, we might address the May 20, 2017 murder of LT Collins. Thanks go to Scott Roberts and Alice Donlan (TLTC) for preparing and leading the session and to Ben Parks (College Park Scholars), Melissa Del Rios (Carillon Communities and Beyond the Classroom programs), Alexis Williams (TLTC) and others for helping to facilitate table discussions.*
*Reflection journals will be available for writing and reflecting in the Chapel Garden of Reflection and Remembrance all afternoon tomorrow for session participants or others to continue to their thinking about today's session.
Self and Community Care in Midst of Racial Trauma, Dr. Carlton Green, University Counseling Center
Session Materials: White Fragility, by Robin DiAngelo,International Journal of Critical Pedagogy, Vol 3 (3) (2011) pp 54-70
White Fragility: Why It’s So Hard to Talk to White People About Racism
White fragility is real: 4 questions white people should ask themselves during discussions about race
6 Deep-Breathing Apps to Keep You Calm and Focused
“But that wasn’t my intention…” Intentions, impact, and restoring relationships
August 2 Sesson Feedback
“Where are WE now?” What can we do as faculty and staff?
Session Materials: Solutions in Action: UMD-Collective Wisdom Summer 2017
Take Aways from the Solutions in Actions sessions
UMD Collective Wisdom August 9th Table Discussion: Question: What will you say or do regarding LT Collins's murder when students return to campus?