Afternoon Session

 

Reopening—Let's Reconvene!

The purpose of the Reopening is to give Participants an opportunity to get focused to continue the seminar.

Module 6—Does Discrimination Hurt?

  • The purpose is to demonstrate that, although everyone practices discrimination, there is a difference between discrimination and misdirected discrimination.

Video Segment —How Has Discrimination Hurt Others?

  • The purposes are for Participants to understand that discrimination (making comparisons) is a part of everyday life;

  • To understand that misdirected discrimination hurts people and hinders interpersonal relationships; and

  • To understand the role that multiculturalism can play in reducing misdirected discrimination.

Overview of Video Content

  • Discrimination

  • Comparisons

  • Misdirected Discrimination

Postworkshop—How Has Discrimination Hurt You?

  • The purposes are to discover that the practice of misdirected discrimination is extremely serious; and

  • To discover that misdirected discrimination has affected most, if not all, people.

Module 7—What Are Walls Made Of?

  • The purposes are to understand that there are walls which hinder relationships between individuals; and

  • To understand that to overcome and prevent these walls from being built, it is necessary to know how walls are built and maintained.

Video Segment—How Are Walls Built?

  • The purpose is to understand why there are barriers that exist between people and to understand how walls are built and maintained.

Overview of Video Content

  • Function for Walls

  • Building Non-multicultural Walls

  • Wall Building Examples

Postworkshop—Let's Build A Wall!

  • The purposes are to discover how beliefs, expectations, attitudes and behaviors build and maintain the cultural walls that divide individuals;

  • To work together to build a wall (cultural barrier); and

  • To model multicultural attitudes and behaviors

Module 8—Can Walls Be Overcome?

  • The purpose is for Participants to develop strategies for overcoming cultural walls that divide individuals.

Video Segment—Can Walls Have Windows And Doors?

  • The purposes are for Participants to understand that there are a number of factors that contribute to non-multicultural thinking; and

  • To understand how cultural barriers (walls) are overcome and prevented through the process of internal transformation.

Overview of Video Content

  • Overcoming & Preventing Wall Strategy Techniques

  • Strategies for Overcoming & Preventing Walls

    Looking Through Windows

    Unlocking Doors

    Opening Doors

    Going through Doors

  • Four A's of Multiculturalism & Strategies

Postworkshop—Let's Overcome A Wall!

  • The purposes are for Participants to apply strategies for becoming multicultural individuals; and

  • To apply the strategies of overcoming and preventing walls.

Module 9—Let's Keep Growing!

  • The purpose is for Participants to apply the Strategies for Overcoming and Preventing Walls by using effective goal setting procedures.

Video Segment—What Will Keep You Growing?

  • The purposes are for Participants to understand the importance of goal setting;

  • To understand the procedures for setting goals;

  • To understand that there can be pitfalls when attempting to reach goals and

  • To learn what to do when goals are not met.

Overview of Video Content

  • Goals

  • Goal Development & Management Model

    Assessing

    Developing

    Implementing

    Evaluating

  • Encouragement

Postworkshop—Where Would You Like to Grow?

  • The purposes are for Participants to apply the Goal Development & Management Model; and

  • To develop two goals.

Module 10—Will You Accept The Opportunity?

  • The purposes are for Participants to be motivated to access the cultures of others; and

  • To allow others to access their cultures.

   

Video Segment—Where Do You Go From Here?

  • The purposes are for Participants to understand that accessing other cultures will lead to freedom, multiculturalism and acceptance; and

  • To understand that allowing others to access his/her culture will lead to freedom, multiculturalism and acceptance.

Video Segment Overview

  • Decision to Become a Multicultural Individual

  • Shoe Analogy

Closing—Let's Go For It!

  • The purpose is for Participants to receive closure before leaving the seminar.

  • The objectives are for Participants to complete the Seminar Evaluation Form;

  • To share final thoughts and comments and

  • To receive the Send Off Challenge

       
       
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