MOMENTUM Series: Exploring Cultural Humility
10:00 am to 11:30 am
Online via Zoom
Maleea D. Johnson, Director of Equity and Inclusion, Carlow University, is the guest speaker for this Social Sciences and Humanities MOMENTUM series event.
What is cultural humility and how do we engage with students, colleagues, community members and those with different world views other than ourselves? Understanding the importance of developing a self-awareness of one’s own culture, background and experiences as well as appreciating various cultures can support being able to engage with a cultural humility spirit. We will discuss what cultural humility is by definition and sharing of experiences, participate in an individual activity that prompts each person to reflect on their own culture and how their lens influences their interactions with others, and conclude by reflecting on how a culturally humble approach can support the work each of us are doing.
This event is open to all faculty, students, staff and community members.
- Zoom ID: 938 7260 5936
- Password: 670110
The MOMENTUM series is a talk continuum and the SSH dean’s platform to engage the division in profound practice of mindfulness and actionable conversation – to bridge the equity gap, protect inclusivity, amplify social justice reform and intentionally address structural racism in our classrooms, college and the community.