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Understanding microaggressions in the nonprofit workplace Education | Career | Training

20th October 2020 10:00 hrs
America/Boise

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Microaggressions are a variety of words or behaviors that deliberately or inadvertently, exclude, confuse, hurt, or harm people with marginalized identities. People often do not recognize, understand, or intend the hurt and harm these words create. Participants will increase awareness of these subtle acts that can exclude or devalue, the presence and contributions of nonprofit members. Gain strategies to confront microaggressions in positive, supportive ways to change behaviors, create inclusion, and become an ally in the situation.

Who should attend?

Nonprofit professionals interested in learning more about the use of microaggressions in the workplace and how to foster a more inclusive team.

Organiser:

The Nonprofit Learning Lab is a national nonprofit that connects, supports and develops individuals seeking to lead the nonprofit sector. Our nonprofit trainings work to sharpen skills in fundraising, board development, organizational leadership and capacity building.


Host

Dr. Consuelo Meux