Part I: Ally Training: A Competency Base

At any point in life, people may find themselves being an “ally” to a particular person who represents a minority. Being an ally is not only a privilege, but a major responsibility, requiring empathy, knowledge, assertiveness, listening skills, and an ability to maintain crucial conversations. All of these skills vary according to people of different cultures, races, genders, orientations, international origin, etc.

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Facilitator Information: 

Mike D'Arcangelo, Director of Diversity Education

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