Interrupting Barriers to Being Culturally Responsive
In honor of Black History Month, a workshop led by Dr. Rick Pinderhughes.
Dr. Pinderhughes will draw from his work as Director of Programs and Senior Consultant with Visions Inc. to present an experiential workshop that invites attendees toidentify the costs of implicit bias in personal and professional spheres. Participants will have an opportunity to learn to interrupt the behavioral manifestations of implicit bias. Participants will learn and develop skills and strategies around responding to and interrupting these behaviors, generating more collaborative, inclusive, equitable options.
Thursday, February 21 at 5:00pm to 7:00pm
Fulton Hall, 511 Auditorium
Fulton Hall, Chestnut Hill, MA 02467, USA