WARTBURG TRADITIONS. Agenda Agenda. Welcome/Diversity Activity Review Goals of Project RESPECT Ground Rules for Training What is a Safe Space? What is an Ally? / Ally Theory Identity Theory Justice & Equity Guidelines / Sign-up for Project RESPECT. Why are we here?.
Download Policy: Content on the Website is provided to you AS IS for your information and personal use and may not be sold / licensed / shared on other websites without getting consent from its author.While downloading, if for some reason you are not able to download a presentation, the publisher may have deleted the file from their server.
Goals of Project RESPECT:
Coming Out Process
What is a safe space?
What is an ally?
An ally is…
An ally can be…
An ally is not…
Ally Theory – Levels of Involvement
Celebrating Diversity vs. Multiculturalism
Too often, multicultural efforts toward inclusion in college and university campuses focus on surface-level programs on celebrating diversity. While these are important and contributive programs, they do not approach the ultimate goal of multiculturalism--to ensure that all members of a community are provided equitable safety, comfort, and voice.
Equity and Social Justice
Project RESPECT guidelines:
Project RESPECT Allies:
Project RESPECT Committee:
Dr. Deb Loers, Student Life
Rev. Ramona Bouzard, Campus Ministry
Dr. Penni Pier, Communication Arts
Dr. Susan Vallem, Social Work
Mary Dorman, Information Technology Services
Chris Knudson, Marketing and Communication
Krystal Madlock, Student Life
Stephanie Newsom, Counseling