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    • “Pariah” (2007): Race, Gender, and Sexual Identity 

      LeSavoy, Barbara (2012-09-20)
      This presentation will consider sexual identity as a space written on by self, family, culture, religion, and sate, and also examine ways heteronormative and conservative ideologies complicate and compromise LGBTQ identities. ...
    • Partnering to Provide Comprehensive Care for LGBTQ-Identified Students 

      Van Lare, Cheryl; Maier, Lynne (2014-10-02)
      Join staff from the Hazen Center for Integrated Care at The College at Brockport and community partner Trillium Health in discussing access to services and serving members of the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and ...
    • Pink Transgressions: Black Girl and the Intra-feminist Politics of Place 

      Nicholson, Lucienne; LeSavoy, Barbara (2014-10-02)
      Through film screening/talkback, this session addresses the phrase “Pink Transgressions”, as any oppression of one woman over another, with a particular focus on domestics, examining the impact of race/class/ gender and ...
    • Poverty Simulation 

      Watt, Celia (2016-10-06)
      Poverty is a reality for many individuals and families. But unless one has experienced poverty, it’s difficult to truly understand. The poverty simulation bridges that gap from misconception to understanding. It is an ...
    • Promoting diversity across disciplines: Diversity and inclusion in action 

      Zhang, Jie; Szilagyi, Janka; Nam, Younkyeong (2013-09-19)
      Abstract: Research has suggested that faculty characteristics, academic discipline, course characteristics, department perceptions, and institutional commitment to diversity are all strong indicators of diversity and ...
    • Racial Justice and Diversity, What’s the Difference? 

      Unknown author (2013-09-19)
      Abstract: Diversity is not enough. Fifty years after the Voting Rights Act, America is still a place where people of color continue to get the short end of the stick. How do our American institutions (schools, judicial ...
    • Reflections from Wes Moore 

      Moore, Wes (2017-10-05)
      During this workshop, Wes Moore will discuss his book, The Work: My Search for a Life that Matters, the subject of this year’s Freshman Summer Reading Program at The College at Brockport. Mr. Moore will reflect on his ...
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    • Religion and Diversity: An Anthropological Perspective 

      Keating, Neal B. (2012-09-20)
      Religion (however difficult it may be to define) is obviously an important social force in the 21st century, but the academic study of religion continues to be relatively absent from mainstream American college campuses, ...
    • Religion in the Workplace 101 

      Smiley, Leah (2012-09-20)
      Some employers are very cautious when it comes to religion in the workplace. Not only do they want to avoid the appearance of mixing faith with business, but they also want to preempt lawsuits. Lawsuits should be prevented ...
    • Research in Diversity - Highlighting findings on individuals with visual impairments (Panel) 

      Starkoff, Brooke; Beach, Pamela S.; Ratcliff, Jennifer; Perreault, Melanie; Lieberman, Lauren J.; Sherwood, Jenna; Farrel, Alex; Lane, Kristi; Bates, Lauren; Jentsch, Chelsea; VanEtten, Jennifer; Ball, Lindsay (2017-10-05)
      Our presentation will highlight the current research regarding physical and psychological health among children and adolescents with visual impairments. Specifically, our panel of students and faculty from across disciplines ...
    • Respecting Differences: Religion (Panel Discussion) 

      Benicasco, John; Snarr, Jeffrey; Van Etten, Margot; Sapowith, Rabbi Amy (2014-10-02)
      Religious (or non-religious) beliefs can be a crucial part of one’s identify and, as a result, can be the cause of various forms of conflict. Conversations around respecting various religious (or non-religious) beliefs are ...
    • Respecting LGBTQ Needs on Campus, In the Community and Globally (Panel Discussion) 

      Davis, Wade; Bailey, Evelyn; Scheidt, Doug; Light, Lucky Summer (2014-10-02)
      This panel discussion, featuring Keynote speaker Wade Davis, activist and filmmaker Evelyn Bailey, student activist Lucky Summer Light, and Dean of the School of Education and Human Services Doug Scheidt, will address a ...
    • Restoring Dignity 

      Jamieson, Allan (2012-09-20)
      Federal policies have had a devastating effect on Native American families. One of the policies scooped Native American children from their homes and sent them to residential or boarding schools, which led to generations ...
    • Restoring the Power 

      Johnson, Lorrie (2015-10-08)
      This session will address the various systems that have contributed to our local homeless population, raise awareness regarding the homeless community in Rochester through the lens of the homeless, as well as summarize the ...
    • Rising from the Ashes: A Personal Struggle 

      Hartnett, Dale; McCuller, James (2015-10-08)
      James McCuller, Jr., the eldest son of Rochester civil rights leader and community organizer James McCuller, was raised in a family where standing up for belief in people and belief in God were of the highest value. Yet ...