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A. Mechelle Haywood, Psy.D., offers skills for engaging in conversations about racism and other issues of difference.
Many of us find it challenging to talk about uncomfortable topics, especially when there is potential for offending someone or creating interpersonal conflict. This is especially true with conversations about race and racism. So how do we learn to broach difficult topics and also foster an environment for authentic dialogue in a ministry setting? In the current climate where race, culture and racial dynamics are at the forefront of our society, A. Mechelle Haywood, Psy.D., offers skills for engaging in conversations about racism and other issues of difference.
This presentation is part two of the Grace & Bias: Forming Catholic Leaders Around Issues of Race series. Part one, Implicit Bias: Tools for Self-Development, and part three, Theological Reflection on Racism, are also available on-demand.
Questions for reflection and discussion prior to the learning session are provided below.
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