Learn to counter microaggressions at new interactive training sessions
The term “microaggression” has become widely used and misunderstood. As we continue to develop more inclusive workplace practices, these interactive sessions — offered as a two-part course series — will help develop a shared understanding of how microaggressions can affect our work environment and organizational culture. Select each course title to register; part 1 is a prerequisite to part 2.
April 20, 2 – 4 p.m.; April 30, 10 a.m. – 12 p.m.
- Learn what microaggressions are and their underlying messages about distinct social groups
- Learn strategies for limiting the occurrences of microaggressions, at the individual and institutional level
- Discuss different approaches to responding to microaggressions
- Learn strategies for how to recover after learning you have delivered a microaggression
June 2, 2 – 4 p.m.; June 9, 1 – 3 p.m.
- Discuss when and how to respond to microaggressions
- Understand adaptive and maladaptive responses to microaggressions
- Learn organizational and structural interventions
- Role play activities to practice responding to microaggressions
- Learn tips and tools for how to recover from receiving a microaggression
For questions about these courses, please contact email@example.com.
More anti-racism resources
- UCOP Anti-Racism Task Force website
- UCOP Faculty and Staff Assistance Program: Free for UCOP staff, services include individual counseling, consultation to managers and supervisors, and assisting in the investigation of threats and violence within the workplace
- UCOP Ombuds Office: Assistance dealing with workplace-related conflict and many additional resources
- UC anti-racism resources page: Toolkits, articles, webinars and more from our UC locations, including resources specific to anti-Asian racism
- Culture and Connectivity Initiative: Tools for well-being and self-care