This is Part 2 of the Navigating Racial Microaggressions in the Workplace workshop that took place on Monday, February 4th. You are welcome to participate in Part 2 if you did not attend Part 1. The workshop is facilitated by Faustina Cuevas, Assistant Director for the Social Justice Resource Center.
Microaggressions are the everyday verbal, nonverbal and environmental slights, snubs or insults, whether intentional or unintentional which communicate hostile or negative messages to certain people based solely upon their marginalized group membership. This event will address microaggressions, particularly in the workplace, and how to navigate them as a student and professional; and what to do when you experience them.
Co-sponsored by the Social Justice Resource Center.
This program connects to the Professional and Personal Effectivieness SAIL Domain and the SAIL Competencies of: Strategic Thinking, Communication, and Self-Efficacy/Confidence.