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COLLEGE-CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC

Cultures of Belonging I: Culture, Climate & Norms & Launch Meeting

August 19, 2021

Cultures of Belonging II: People, Place, Process & Power

September 29, 2021

Cultures of Belonging II: People, Place, Process & Power

September 29, 2021

Removing Visible & Invisible Barriers

November 17, 2021

Microaggressions I: Impact & Implications

February 16, 2022

Microaggressions I: Impact & Implications

February 16, 2022

Microaggressions II: Themes & Messages

March 30, 2022

Microaggressions II: Themes & Messages

March 30, 2022

Equality vs. Equity-based Practices

April 13, 2022

Leadership Session:
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Student Session 1:
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Student Session 2:
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Downloadables

Use these fillable worksheets to take notes during the class, either electronically or by hand.

This is the Answer Key for Activities 3 & 4 within Microaggressions II.

Learn about the instructors that will be teaching these courses.

A helpful reference for various terms used in the session and the game.

Other Resources

Other Session Offerings

Race, Power & Responsibility

3 hours

Institutionalized oppressive systems are structures that allow the policies and practices that support inequities. This session explores aspects of various social identities and the privileges and powers associated with each of them. Using the CCBD’s proprietary gamification learning system and digital app – Matrix of Intersectionality – you will learn to “unlock” interlocking systems of power to implement equity versus equality.

Learning to Learn

2 hours

We live in an era where calls for establishing “cultures of belonging” have become the norm. When creating a cultural climate of inclusivity, one must not only learn “about” diversity, but also develop the critical analysis and reasoning skills to (re)frame diversity’s complexities to shift the overall cultural paradigm. As we become skilled and insightful evaluators of our thinking, we increase our ability to address a variety of “diversity” issues effectively both and appropriately.

D.I.Y. Connections

Once a month

D.I.Y. (Do-It-Yourself) Connections are fun and engaging informal learning opportunities designed to serve as the “connective tissue” between “learning” about diversity, equity, and inclusion and implementing such practices. These activities provide the opportunity to incorporate DEI principles simply into your personal and professional life through collaboration, reflections, and communication.