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• Be open and honest
• Participate fully (at your level of comfort) • Speak from personal experience: use “I” statement to share thoughts and feeling • Listen respectfully • Share air time: encourage others participation • An attitude and willingness to learn about self and others • Open to New Perspectives • Take Risk • Respect and Maintain Confidentiality • Notice Group Dynamics • Name your triggers • Trust that dialogue will take us to deeper levels of understanding and acceptance. • HAVE FUN Community Learning Guidelines
A Process and A Goal
"The goal of social justice education is full and equal participation of all groups in a society that is mutually shaped to meet their needs. Social justice includes a vision of society that is equitable and all members are physically and psychologically safe and secure." Teaching for Diversity and Social Justice: A Sourcebook. Edited by Maurianne Adams, Lee Anne Bell, and Pat Griffin.
• Individual Identity and group
membership are always present. • Think about who you want to be online. Know how others may try to define you. • We all have dominant and subordinated identity groups. We also have multiple group memberships. • Think about social media as both a tool and a context. You are entering into communities. • Equal is not necessarily equitable. Review
• Be about “true service.”
• Balance slacktivism with activism. • The word “ally” is an adjective/verb - not a noun. • Spread love liberally online. • We are all born completely “bias free.” • Be charitable but principled when interacting online. Review
• Communities are built through
building relationships of trust and commitment. • We all are doing the best we can (most of the time) • We don’t know all there is to know. • Just because you are, doesn’t mean you understand. • Oppression is pervasive and impacts us all. • Not our faults, but we must accept responsibility. • Conflict and discomfort are often part of growth. • Seek first to understand, then to be understood. • Practice some forgiveness and letting go. • Self-work, healing and self love are necessary for acceptance of others. • There are no quick fixes. • Individuals and communities do grow and change. • There is HOPE! Rev. Jamie Washington, Ph.D. 2003 Diverse Community Foundations
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