Becoming Bridge Builders

Where Typical Diversity, Inclusion, and Antiracism Trainings Fall Short?

March 01, 2022 Keith Haney Season 3 Episode 75
Becoming Bridge Builders
Where Typical Diversity, Inclusion, and Antiracism Trainings Fall Short?
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Often diversity and inclusion training falls short in producing lasting change.  Participants looking for solutions come away only feeling guilty or angry.  Dr. Dennis talks about her unique process of using music and having honest in-depth conversations.     
Dr. Kimya Nuru Dennis is a community advocate, sociologist and criminologist, educator, and researcher. Dr. Dennis connects with local, national, and international communities, schools, businesses, and organizations. 


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(Cont.) Where Typical Diversity, Inclusion, and Antiracism Trainings Fall Short?
(Cont.) Where Typical Diversity, Inclusion, and Antiracism Trainings Fall Short?