Description

Presented on June 24, 2020.

Watch our expert panel with representation from human resources, sociology, law enforcement, psychology, and law share practical and timely guidance on how to engage employees, faculty, staff, and students around the complex and passionate issues related to systemic racism, the need for transparency and accountability in police practices, town/gown relationships, and the need for civil discourse.

This 90-minute webinar and panel discussion provides participants with a detailed and exciting discussion along with a collection of take away materials including discussion starters, group exercises, rules for fair arguments, discussions questions, a leader guide, and instructional materials on microaggressions, bias awareness, and how to identify stress and burnout in employees.

You also receive takeaway materials including conversation starters, group exercises, rules for fair arguments, discussions questions, a leader guide and instructional materials on microaggressions, bias awareness and how to identify stress and burnout in employees.


Cost

$249 for NaBITA members
$349 for non-members

Price includes the 90-minute training and supplemental materials

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Presenters

Jacques Whitefield, J.D. brings 20 years of experience in human resources
and will present practical techniques and a plan to examine these issues with employees.
Tammy Hodo, a college instructor, child of interracial parents, a U.S. Navy
veteran and CEO of All Things Diverse, will discuss the importance of understanding
bias, diversity, equity, inclusion, microaggressions, and systemic racism.
Scott Lewis, J.D. will address issues of free speech, classroom management,
and the legal challenges for administrators and departments as they wrestle with
creating spaces for civil discussion.

Jeff Solomon will share from his 27 years of law enforcement experience
to offer a perspective on protests, police practices, and advice on how to bridge the
gap in these discussions with faculty, students, and staff.

Brian Van Brunt, Ed.D. will moderate the panel and draw from his experience
in psychology, bias mitigation, and threat assessment.