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All trainings will be held in CMEP Conference Room (Kimmel 805).
Justice Zone (formerly Diversity Zone) is a foundational training intended for NYU students, faculty, and staff that functions to facilitate understanding of frequently used concepts such as diversity, equity, and social justice through the lens of race and racism. It takes a deep look into the Cycle of Oppression and the role we all take in its reproduction. Throughout the training, participants will be asked to reflect on their own identities and challenge their daily practices to begin a journey of critical consciousness.
DREAM Zone is an interactive training that serves to introduce NYU students, faculty, and staff to issues and challenges facing the undocumented community through contexts of global concepts and terminology, history, and policies and procedures centering undocumented persons. While the first part of the training looks at undocumented immigration transnationally, the second part takes a look at the issues faced by undocumented students in New York City and specifically NYU, exploring ways in which we can express solidarity with undocumented members of our communities.
Disability Zone is a training for NYU students, staff, and faculty that explores frameworks around the intersections of disability status and justice through critical analysis of language and policy, the works of disability justice activists, and group discussion. Participants will reflect on their own practices and gain the knowledge and tools to actively practice solidarity with and create more accessible environments for people with disabilities.
CMEP 101 + Intro to Diversity: Presentation of CMEP’s programs, resources, and goals as well as introductroy concepts around diversity, equity, and social justice
Inclusive Student Leadership: Explores social identities and positionally and what that means for leadership at NYU. Includes practical tools such as inclusive language, practice with scenarios, and shifting practice from diversity/inclusion to equity/justice.
Microaggressions: Explores what is and isn't a micro aggression, how micro aggression plays a role in the cycle of oppression, and how to navigate situations in different contexts.
CMEP is now accepting training requests for your office, program, and/or department for Fall 2018!
Please note that we expect collaborative effort when a training is requested. In efforts to foster commitment around social justice practice as well as a productive session, we require extensive input around learning goals from the requesting office, program, or department.
To request a training, please fill out this form. The priority deadline is Friday, October 12th at 5pm and we will no longer accept requests after Friday, November 2nd at 5pm.
If you have any questions, please contact Sooah Kwak at email@example.com.
The Social Justice Education team at CMEP is excited to announce that in addition to our Zone and Facilitation trainings that are offered every semester, that we will be offering new shorter trainings on various topics, trends, and needs that will rotate each semester.
The offering for Fall 2018 will be Class on Classism being offered on Friday, November 30, 2018 from 2:00pm-3:30pm. This offering can also be requested specifically for your club, department, or office! Please find the request form at bit.ly/cmeprequests.
Register at http://bit.ly/classonclassism!
Have thoughts or suggestions on trainings you would like to see? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org at anytime. We would love to hear from you!
Join us for an introductory training that explores indigenous identity in the United States and the ongoing impacts of colonialism on indigenous people and people of color at large. Participants will walk away with a greater understanding of the relationship between indigenous peoples and the United States as well as tools to decolonize in everyday ways.
RSVP at http://bit.ly/decolonizenyu. All trainings will be held in CMEP Conference Room (Kimmel 805).
Join CMEP for an interactive session that will help participants unpack and identify personal barriers around common challenges faced in conversations around topics related to diversity and social justice. Participants will walk away with strategies, tools and questions to further investigate their role in conversations as it relates to social justice practice.
Join us to explore essential skills for group facilitation from a framework of social justice. We will explore topics including but not limited to the roles and responsibilities of a facilitator, strategies for group engagement, and how to create inclusive spaces that can aim towards a constructive learning space for all participants.
Training will be held in CMEP Conference Room (Kimmel 804/805).
Please RSVP here: http://bit.ly/cmepfac101