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SPEAK UP!. RESPONDING TO EVERYDAY BIGOTRY.

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speak up

SPEAK UP!

RESPONDING TO EVERYDAY BIGOTRY

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Be careful of your thoughts, for your thoughts become your words. Be careful of your words, for your words become your actions. Be careful of your actions, for your actions become your habits. Be careful of your habits, for your habits become your character. Be careful of your character, for your character becomes your destiny.From freethechildren.org

today s activities
Today’s activities
  • Read handouts and discuss
  • Round Robin share out
  • Think/Pair/Share
what can i do at school about
What can I do at school about…
  • Negative Remarks?
  • Familial Exclusions?
  • Biased Bullying?
  • In-Group Bigotry?
  • A Teacher’s Bias?
think pair share
Think/Pair/Share
  • Think: How will you and your students prepare to speak up?
  • Pair: Turn to the person next to you.
  • Share:
what was this student trying to convey to his female classmates is there another way to say it
What was this student trying to convey to his female classmates? Is there another way to say it?

Student Gender example

Pd7 YouTube sharing

interrupt
INTERRUPT
  • “I DON’T LIKE WORDS LIKE THAT.”
  • OR
  • “THAT PHRASE IS HURTFUL.”
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How can you make it clear that you are attentive to the needs of the child and also appeal to the parent’s sense of fairness?

Parent example

Pd1 YouTube sharing

question
QUESTION
  • “WHY DO YOU SAY THAT?”
  • “WHAT DO YOU MEAN WHEN YOU SAY…?”
  • OR
  • “TELL ME MORE…”
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What does the student understand about stereotypes and privilege? What does those who were laughing understand about stereotypes and privilege?

Student example- Stereotypes

Pd3 YouTube sharing

educate
EDUCATE
  • “DO YOU KNOW THE HISTORY OF THAT WORD?”
what might the principal in this case do what might an individual teacher do or say
What might the principal in this case do? What might an individual teacher do or say?
  • Principal example

Pd4 YouTube sharing

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ECHO
  • “THANKS FOR SPEAKING UP, (NAME). I AGREE THAT WORD IS OFFENSIVE AND WE SHOULDN’T USE IT.”
how would you advise the girl to respond what else can you do
How would you advise the girl to respond? What else can you do?

Student gender example

Pd2 YouTube sharing

how might the targeted student have felt when this comment was made
How might the targeted student have felt when this comment was made?

Student example

Pd6 YouTube sharing

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Does the context and significance of the comment change if this teacher is from a background similar to the student? Does the significance change if a student makes the comment?

Teacher example

Pd5 YouTube sharing

six steps to speak up
Six steps to Speak UP
  • Be Ready
  • Identify the Behavior
  • Appeal to Principles
  • Set Limits
  • Find an ally/Be an Ally
  • Be Vigilant
thank you
Thank you!

Tiffany Young, Equity and Diversity Specialist

tyoung@washoeschools.net

775-850-8038

Fatima Rivas, Equity and Diversity Specialist

frivas@washoeschools.net

775-789-3437