[Rhsalist] [Rsolist] Fwd: NCBI Building Bridges I and II Workshops,
December 2 & 3 (fwd)
rhsaweb at u.washington.edu
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Tue Nov 22 11:05:44 PST 2005
Please forward to other interested students.
NCBI is a national, non-profit organization that does a variety of leadership
and diversity trainings across the country. Our office recently hosted a
scaled-down version of this 2-day program- students that attended responded
very positively to the low-key, inclusive atmosphere.
Please feel free to contact Darlene Lee (info. listed below) or myself for more
Christina M. Coop
Student Activities Adviser
University of Washington Student Activities Office
HUB 207, Box 352238
Seattle, WA 98195
(206) 221-2533 (fax)
Begin forwarded message:
> From: Darlene Lee <darlene at ncbiseattle.org>
> Date: November 15, 2005 2:18:03 PM PST
> To: Interested in NCBI <darlene at ncbiseattle.org>
> Subject: NCBI Building Bridges I and II Workshops, December 2 & 3
> The Seattle chapter of the National Coalition Building Institute (NCBI) will
> offer back to back Building Bridges and Building Bridges Part Two Workshops
> on December 2 & 3, 2005.
> Building Bridges (also called the Prejudice Reduction Workshop) is a unique,
> award-winning workshop that has been used in communities around the world.
> This interactive workshop guides participants to:
> explore their own identity groups
> identify misinformation they have learned about theirs and others’ groups
> relate this information to the concept of systematic oppression
> learn about the personal and emotional impact of discrimination
> gain empowerment by learning concrete tools to be strong allies against
> Building Bridges Part Two delves deeper into the issues introduced in the
> Building Bridges Workshop. Through interactive exercises and small and large
> group discussions, participants will:
> Identify key social groups that impact their leadership and ally skills
> Practice skills for being better allies
> Create next steps to bring new skills to their workplaces, homes or
> Note: You can choose to attend one OR both days, but you must have attended
> a Building Bridges Workshop to attend Day Two.
> Building Bridges and Building Bridges Part Two Workshops:
> Date: Friday, December 2 (Building Bridges) and Saturday December 3 (Part
> Two), 2005, 9am-4pm each day.
> Location: The 2100 Building, 2100- 24th Ave. South in Seattle.
> Cost: $30-$100, sliding scale, each day.
> Register on our website, www.scn.org/ncbisea/. Click on Calendar of Events.
> Register for workshops separately.
> For more information on NCBI Seattle and our workshop offerings, email
> darlene at ncbiseattle.org, call 206-290-3773, or visit our website:
> www.scn.org/ncbisea/ <http://www.scn.org/ncbisea/>
> NCBI Seattle moves individuals and organizations towards a just, inclusive
> society through training and leadership development.
> Darlene Lee
> Chapter Director, NCBI Seattle
> PO Box 22609
> Seattle, WA 98122
> (206) 290-3773 (NEW!!)
> darlene at ncbiseattle.org (NEW!!)
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Date: Mon, 21 Nov 2005 11:12:37 -0800
From: Christina M. Coop <cmcoop at u.washington.edu>
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Subject: [Rsolist] Fwd: NCBI Building Bridges I and II Workshops, December 2 & 3
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