MLK Day Workshop on Microaggressions

“I spent the morning of Martin Luther King Day facilitating a workshop on microaggressions with about 90 people. Traveling through the four corners; a time when we experienced a microaggression, when we committed one, when we witnessed something but didn’t intervene, and when we witnessed something, but did intervene is a good way to build a deeper sense of connection and trust among participants. It also serves as a definite reminder that we are all implicated somehow in the web of power, privilege, and oppression.”

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From Aspiring Humanitarian, Relando Thompkins-Jones, MSW, LLMSW

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