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  1. Fostering inclusive environments for bi/multiracial students Tuesday, March 13/12:45pm-1:45 Willie L. Banks, Jr., Ph.D., Cleveland State University Miguel Hernandez, M.Ed., University of Georgia Michelle Robinson, Florida State University

  2. Fostering inclusive environments for bi/multiracial students • Schedule • Introductions • Demographic information on bi/multiracial students • Three different models of bi/multiracial student identity development • How do we foster inclusive environments for bi/multiracial students? • Discussion • Q & A

  3. Fostering inclusive environments for bi/multiracial students • Learning Outcomes • Participants will gain knowledge about the demographics of bi/multiracial population • Participants will understand different personal and social development models of bi/multiracial students • Participants will identify ways to create inclusive and dynamic environments for bi/multiracial students

  4. Fostering inclusive environments for bi/multiracial students Demographics collected for multiple races for the first time in 2000 2010 Census first time to have data that can provide accurate demographic on bi/multiracial individuals “largest group of mixed-race people ever to come of age in the United States…driven by immigration and intermarriage” (Sauluny, 2011)

  5. Fostering inclusive environments for bi/multiracial students • Demographics (Census, 2010) • Total population = 309 million • 97% of Population identify with one race (299.7 million) • 2.9% of Population identify with 2 or more races = (9 million) • Increase of 32% of people identifying with 2 or more races from 2000 to 2010 • 2000- 6.8 million • 2010- 9.0 million

  6. Fostering inclusive environments for bi/multiracial students • Top Combinations of race (Census, 2010) • Two Races- 8.3 million (91.7%) • Three Races – 676K (7.5%) • Four Races – 58K (.6%) • Five Races – 8600K (.1%) • Six Races – 792 • Total - 9 million (100%)

  7. Fostering inclusive environments for bi/multiracial students • Bi/multiracial Identity Development Models • Poston (1990) Five Levels of Biracial Identity • Personal Identity • Choice of Group Categorization • Enmeshment/Denial • Appreciation • Integration

  8. Fostering inclusive environments for bi/multiracial students • Bi/multiracial Identity Development Models • Rockquemore and Brunsma (2002) • Border identity • Singular identity • Protean identity • Transcendent identity

  9. Fostering inclusive environments for bi/multiracial students • Renn (200,2004) • Monoracial Identity • Multiple Monoracial Identity • Multiracial Identity • Extraracial Identity • Situational Identity

  10. Fostering inclusive environments for bi/multiracial students • How do we foster inclusive environments for bi/multiracial students? • Train campus community on identity models and demographic information of bi/multiracial students • Structure and provide spaces (physical, social, psychological) for bi/multiracial students • Provide choices and options in planning programs and services for bi/multiracial students • Provide opportunities for students to form groups • Use inclusive language • Hire staff/faculty that identify as bi/multiracial and can serve as mentors to others • Do not assume

  11. Fostering inclusive environments for bi/multiracial students • Contact information • Willie L. Banks, Jr., Ph.D. – Cleveland State University, w.l.banks@csuohio.edu • Miguel Hernandez, M.Ed.- The University of Georgia, mangelh@uga.edu • Michelle Robinson- Florida State University, mrobinson3@fsu.edu

  12. Fostering inclusive environments for bi/multiracial students References Humes, K.R., Jones, N. A., and Ramirez, R. R. Overview of Race and Hispanic Origin: 2010. 2010 Census Briefs, March 2011. US Department of Commerce. Poston, W.S.C. “The Biracial Identity Development Model: A Needed Addition.” Journal of Counseling and Development, 1990, 69, 152–155. Renn, K. A. “Patterns of Situational Identity Among Biracial and Multiracial College Students.”Review of Higher Education, 2000, 23, 399–420. Renn, K. A. Mixed Race Students in College: The Ecology of Race, Identity, and Community. Albany, N.Y.: SUNY Press, 2004. Rockquemore, K. A., and Brunsma, D. L. Beyond Black: Biracial Identity in America. Thousand Oaks, Calif.: Sage, 2002. Saulny, S., Black? White? Asian? More Young Americans Choose All of the Above. New York Times, Jan. 1, 2011.

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