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ReSource Solutions - Inclusion: The Critical Dance of Racial Equity

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ReSource Solutions - Inclusion: The Critical Dance of Racial Equity

  1. 1. Template Header Template Subheader Inclusion: The Critical Dance of Racial Equity Dr. Katrina Spigner (Dr. K)
  2. 2. What Is Racial Equity? “Racial equity is about applying justice and a little bit of common sense to a system that’s been out of balance. When a system is out of balance, people of color feel the impacts most acutely, but, to be clear, an imbalanced system makes all of us pay.” ~ CSI President Glenn Harris Center for Social Inclusion
  3. 3. Racial Equity ❖ An Outcome – When race is not the determining factor of everyone having what they need to thrive ❖ A Process – When those most impacted by structural racial inequity are meaningfully included and in the creation and implementation of the institutional policies that impact their lives A Center for Social Inclusion
  4. 4. When We Achieve Racial Equity: ❖ People, including people of color, are owners, planners, and decision-makers in the systems that govern their lives. ❖ We acknowledge and account for past and current inequities, and provide all people, particularly those most impacted by racial inequities, the infrastructure needed to thrive. ❖ Everyone benefits from a more just, equitable system. Center for Social Inclusion
  5. 5. How Do We Begin? “Diversity is being invited to the party…Inclusion is being asked to dance.” ~Diversity Advocate, Verna Myers
  6. 6. Inclusion… : an act of taking in as part of a whole : the state of being taken in as part of a whole
  7. 7. Let’s Consider • ster·e·o·type • ˈsterēəˌtīp/ • noun • plural noun: stereotypes • 1. a widely held but fixed and oversimplified image or idea of a particular type of person or thing.
  8. 8. Let’s Consider Microaggressions are the everyday verbal, nonverbal, and environmental slights, snubs, or insults, whether intentional or unintentional, which communicate hostile, derogatory, or negative messages to target persons based solely upon their marginalized group membership.
  9. 9. Let’s Consider… Micro-inequity is a theory that refers to hypothesized ways in which individuals are either singled out, overlooked, ignored, or otherwise discounted based on an unchangeable characteristic such as race or gender.
  10. 10. Theory of Change Courage Openness Reflection Empathy
  11. 11. It Begins With Our Stories…
  12. 12. While one can dumb down his lyrics, what one cannot do without being found out is hide his historical baggage, his sense of self. His walk…I come with all the baggage of Somalia-of my grandfather’s poetry, of pounding rhythms, of the war, of being an immigrant, of being an artist, of needing to explain a few things, even in the friendliest of melodies, something in my voice stirs up a well of history… ~ K’naan
  13. 13. Becoming allies means helping each other heal. It can be hard to expose yourself and your wounds to a stranger who could be an ally or an enemy. But if you and I were to do good alliance work together, be good allies to each other, I would have to expose my wounds to you and you would have to expose your wounds to me and then we could start from a place of openness. ~Gloria E. Anzaldua
  14. 14. Why Our Stories Matter… 1. Stories provide a lens and mindset from which we see others 2. Stories offer language that provides a framework for common understanding 3. Stories extend beyond ourselves to make deeper connections 4. Stories are our invitation to dance
  15. 15. The Dance…
  16. 16. Core Components of the Dance…  Trust  Respect  Commitment
  17. 17. Identifying A Partner? One of the greatest aspects of partner dancing, is that every dance requires an invitation. ~Arthur Murray Dance Studios
  18. 18. May I Have This Dance?
  19. 19. When It’s Time to Dance…  Find an open space  Listen for the beat  Don’t be afraid to move  Dance at your own pace
  20. 20. We dance for laughter, we dance for tears, we dance for madness, we dance for fears, we dance for hopes, we dance for screams, we are the dancers, we create the dreams. ~ Albert Einstein
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