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3:00 pm

Webinar: Decolonizing Approaches to Inclusive Discussions and Trainings: Lessons from Indigenous Perspectives

November 14, 2019 @ 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm

The future of community engagement work requires a framework that is strengths-based, centers historically underrepresented groups working towards justice on their terms, and includes an analysis of power, positionality, systemic causes of disparities, needs for institutional changes, and critiques of inclusion assumptions. This session will provide decolonizing practice resources, concrete examples, and a chance to reflect on how to apply the practices to your context. Examples include an interactive session focused on how instructors, trainers, and supervisors can create environments that feel relevant, welcoming, and safe to all participants. The session is relevant to instructors, researchers, AmeriCorps Vista trainers, and Campus Compact employees and administrators in both predominantly White institutions as well as contexts with a majority of first-generation college students and large percentages of minority students, employees, and volunteers. Register

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7:00 pm

Pre-DPI Story Circle

November 14, 2019 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Providence College, 1 Cunningham Square
Providence, RI 02908 United States
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ERCC 2019 Activity Group

As a precursor to the Deliberative Pedagogy Institute on November 15, there will be an optional Story Circle on the evening of November 14. Participation in a Pre-Institute “story circle” led by Lizzy Cooper Davis, assistant professor at Emerson College, is available at no cost.  This is an opportunity to learn about the stories of identity, belonging, and activism of fellow travelers in the field of civic engagement, while learning more about the story circle method of dialogue for social change.  The story circle model involves a group of people sitting together and sharing stories about their experience on a given topic or theme. It is a simple, yet radical, practice. According to Lizzy Cooper Davis, “Story circles encourage us to embrace dialogue over debate and to value the nuances of experience over even the best-structured arguments.” The story circle may be used to build community within a group, to examine differences across lines of race or class, to explore...

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