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CULTURAL PROFICIENCY 101

CP Presentation for NTAP 8.2014

Powerpoint Slideshow


ABC's Primetime - What Would You Do?
Choose from archive Oct 22 - Muslim woman denied service

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CULTURAL PROFICIENCY 102

Powerpoint Slideshow


Video Mirrors of Privilege


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Handouts




CULTURAL PROFICIENCY 103; Barriers to CP

B Peggy Mcntosh




VIDEO - White Privilege 101




UTube video - example of cultural destructiveness that Black children encounter

First All Black All Female flight crew - a positive counter to the message of dumb mean girls!!

Inspiration for this work... Booker T. Washington Valedictorian



BOOK CLUB AGENDAS

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Courageous Conversations Study Partnership

Merion School- Lead by Jackie Gaines and Myra Rios


Session 1
WELCOME

Handouts: Learning Log
What is Culture? (article w/Iceberg – Gary Weaver)Iceberg Resources

Culturally Paired Conversations
• How do you identify yourself culturally?
• Share one thing true about your culture
• Share one thing perceived about your culture that’s not true

Discussion – What is Culture? Racism? Diversity?

Describe own culture

Discuss Reading Assignment p. 1-51 Why Are All The Black Kids Sitting Together In the Cafeteria?
• Think of your earliest race-related memory. How old were you? P. 31
• Ways people respond to children’s comments about color observation (i.e. “shh”) What is your opinion of Tatum’s point of view on how it should be handled?
P. 36

Reading Assignment for the Next Meeting
Why Are All The Black Kids Sitting Together In the Cafeteria? P. 52-114

Courageous Conversations Study Partnership

Merion School- Lead by Jackie Gaines and Myra Rios


Session 2

Handouts: It’s There: Talk About It (article)
The Equitable School Walk

By the end of today’s session we will have:

• Shared your earliest race-related memory. How old were you? P. 31
• Discussed ways people respond to children’s comments about color observation (i.e. “ssh”) P. 36
• Focus topic Understanding Racial Identity Development P. 55
• Viewed and discussed short video,"A Girl Like Me .Resources

Suggestions: Write a grant to be submitted to ISC, LMEF, MHSA and/or PSEA

Assignment:
What are the unwritten rules related to culture in your school?
Have a courageous conversation with someone and journal.
Equity Walk