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Community Participation. Globaloria and Beyond. Session Rules/Contract. Confidentiality Respect Open Minded Step Up/Step Back. Mindful Practice Participation Guidelines . Video . The Danger of a Single Story. Systems of Oppression . Institutional Oppression/Privilege (Macro)

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community participation

Community Participation

Globaloria and Beyond

session rules contract
Session Rules/Contract
  • Confidentiality
  • Respect
  • Open Minded
  • Step Up/Step Back
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Mindful Practice

  • Participation Guidelines
video
Video

The Danger of a Single Story

systems of oppression
Systems of Oppression
  • Institutional Oppression/Privilege (Macro)
  • Interpersonal (Mezzo)
  • Internalized (Individual) (Micro)

Compiled by Tami Farber, President Together Leading the Future, Inc. www.tlfuture.com

institutionalized systemic oppression
Institutionalized Systemic Oppression
  • In the national consciousness
  • Supported by the institutions of the society (business, media, education, religious)
  • Imbalance of social and economic power

Compiled by Tami Farber, President Together Leading the Future, Inc. www.tlfuture.com

forms of insitutionalized oppression
Forms of Insitutionalized Oppression
  • Sexism
  • Classism
  • Religionism
  • Racism
  • Ageism
  • Adultism
  • Heterosexism
  • Ableism
  • Sizeism
  • Ethnocentrism
  • Heterosexism
  • Intersectionality

Compiled by Tami Farber, President Together Leading the Future, Inc. www.tlfuture.com

systemic oppression shows up as
Systemic oppression shows up as:
  • Reduction of access
  • Limited, buried or invisible documentation of achievements
  • Public mocking and stereotyping
  • High rates of disproportionality in child welfare and educational systems (drop out, absenteeism, etc.)
  • Increased suspicion of criminality
  • Negative impact from culturally installed notions of poor work ethic and limited capability
  • Negative impact of internalizing culturally oppressive forces
  • Unfair treatment by legal system and law enforcement and school systems

Compiled by Tami Farber, President Together Leading the Future, Inc. www.tlfuture.com

internalized oppression
Internalized Oppression
  • Subconscious belief in negative stereotypes about one’s group
  • Subconsciously acting in a way that fulfills the stereotype
  • Projecting those stereotypes onto other members of one’s group

Compiled by Tami Farber, President Together Leading the Future, Inc. www.tlfuture.com

internalized superiority
Internalized Superiority
  • A multigenerational process of receiving, acting on, internalizing, invisibilizing, and legitimizing a system of privilege.

Compiled by Tami Farber, President Together Leading the Future, Inc. www.tlfuture.com

internalized superiority can show up as
Internalized Superiority can show up as:
  • Reinforcing systems of oppression through our actions and words
  • Micro-aggressions
  • Believing (conscious or unconscious) you are entitled, more deserving, better than because of your race, socio-economic status, gender, religion, abilities, educational level, etc.

Compiled by Tami Farber, President Together Leading the Future, Inc. www.tlfuture.com

intention vs impact activity
Intention vs. Impact Activity

Compiled by Tami Farber, President Together Leading the Future, Inc. www.tlfuture.com

team name activity
Team Name Activity
  • As a group let’s brainstorm if the following team names might be offensive to someone, and if so why. You can use the participation guidelines to guide you.
sample team names
Sample Team Names
  • The Ghetto Kids
  • Redneck Ladies
  • High Tech Rednecks
  • West Virginia Rednecks
  • The Hillbilly Duo
  • Hobos in Space
  • Reverse Oreos
game wiki image activity
Game & Wiki Image Activity
  • As a group let’s brainstorm if the following images might be offensive to someone, and if so why. You can use the participation guidelines to guide you.
game idea activity
Game Idea Activity
  • As a group let’s brainstorm if the following games ideas might be offensive to someone, and if so why. You can use the participation guidelines to guide you.
sample game ideas
Sample Game Ideas
  • 1. My game's about sports injuries and my math concept is order of operations. Every time you answer a question right you get extra padding. When you get something wrong you lose padding and risk injury. You can choose to be on 4 different teams. The first team is called Emotionally Disturbed. Their speed is 10 out of 12 because on TV shows they are usually pretty fast; their intelligence is 2 because most of them take special classes because they are not as smart as other kids; their strength is six because some could be strong and some couldn’t; their power up is “Spaz-Out” and everyone gets scared of them.
  • 2.Our game is about the problem of illegal immigration. The basic concept is to capture the immigrants before they can do any real harm to the US and shoot them back across the border with a catapult. It is basic, but it conveys the message that illegal immigration is immoral, against the law, and needs to be dealt with, harshly.
  • 3. Our game idea is that there is an obese guy who is trying to lose weight to win a girl that he is in love with. The character has to lose 80 pounds and get skinny before the girl marries someone else.
  • 4. Our game is about chemistry. You will learn the chemistry of dating a woman and how to have a successful date.
final activity improving a game idea
Final Activity: Improving a Game Idea
  • In groups of 5, use the concepts we just discussed and decide how you would change one of the following game ideas.
  • Game Improvement Example: A Hobo’s Journey versus Help Larry Eat Tonight
improving a game idea
Improving a Game Idea
  • Our game is about the problem of illegal immigration. The basic concept is to capture the immigrants before they can do any real harm to the US and shoot them back across the border with a catapult. It is basic, but it conveys the message that illegal immigration is immoral, against the law, and needs to be dealt with, harshly.
  • Our game idea is that there is an obese guy who is trying to lose weight to get a girl that he is in love with. The character has to lose 80 pounds and get skinny before the girl marries someone else.
take home tips for your globaloria class
Take Home Tips for Your Globaloria Class:
  • Remind students they are creating games for a world audience
  • Use the Participation Guidelines to guide your conversations
  • Discuss with students ideas/terms that could be misunderstood
  • Do the above activities with them and talk about intention vs impact
  • Be positive and use examples
  • Look over student work carefully
additional resources
Additional Resources
  • Websites:
    • http://www.antiracistalliance.com/
    • http://www.pisab.org/
    • http://www.nycore.org/
  • Articles:
    • There Is No Hierarchy of Oppression by Audrey Lorde
    • White Privilege: Unpacking My Invisible Knapsack by Peggy McIntosh
    • Racial Microagressions in Everyday Life by Sue et al.
    • Social Service or Social Change by Paul Kivel
    • When the rules are fair, but the game isn’t, by Jost et al.
    • Ghettos are Not a Game: Making Money off the Misery of Others by Tim Wise
    • Rhetoric of Modern Racism by Tim Wise
    • Intersectionality of LGBT and Immigration Issues: For Many Immigrants, Marriage Vote Resonates, NY Times
references
References

Appleby, G.A., Colon, E., Hamilton, J. (2007). Diversity, oppression and social functioning. Boston: Allyn & Bacon.

Epstein, R.M. (1999). Mindful practice. Journal of American Medical Association, 282 (9), 833-839.

Hutchinson, E. (2008). Dimensions of human behavior: The changing life course. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publishers.

Smith, A. (2005). Conquest: Sexual Violence and American Indian genocide. Brookline, MA:South End Press.

Spencer, M.S. (2008). A social worker's reflections on power, privilege, and oppression. Social Work, 53 (2), 99-101.

Together Leading the Future, Inc. www.tlfuture.com

www.workforcediversitynetwork.com/docs/Race_5.pdf