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DEI (Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion): Multi-Cultural Identity

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Detroit Country Day School Leadership and Community Day- Global Youth Leadership Institute

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DEI (Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion): Multi-Cultural Identity

  1. 1. Detroit Country Day School Leadership and Community Day Matt Nink & Ulric Jonson
  2. 2. DCDS Community Day Goals:   Learn about Self, Others, and Community   Understand and apply 5C’s of awareness and the 5C’s of Change to DCDS community   Develop Action steps to extend and promote positive community at DCDS   Have fun and engage in dynamic activities   Others?
  3. 3. Ground Rules ○  Physical and emo3onal safety at all 3mes ○  Assume good inten3ons ○  Challenge by choice (right to pass) ○  Be Present ○  Others?
  4. 4. GYLI Staff Intros Matt Ulric
  5. 5. The GYLI Story
  6. 6. Mission: Global Youth Leadership Ins9tute delivers transforma3ve educa9onal programs that foster global pluralism, collabora3ve leadership, and environmental care and that help students and teachers become fully engaged ci9zens of the world. Integrated Themes Collabora9ve Leadership Process Mul9-cultural Iden9ty Environmental Sustainability Religious Pluralism 4 Kinds of GYLI Programs ◆  High School Sequence ◆  Custom Programs ◆  US State Dept Programs ◆  Educator Programs
  7. 7. The Drawing Challenge
  8. 8. Small Group Session 1 1.  Names-Desserts 2.  Statues 3.  Guidelines for conversa9ons later in the day
  9. 9. Stories of Collaboration Best Team Experience and Why? Worst Team Experience and Why? What are the obstacles to collabora9on?
  10. 10. Definition of Collaborative Leadership Co-learning and co-crea3ng based on community, partnership, and input from all stakeholders. It is a construc3ve process based on mul3ple perspec3ve thinking and ac3ng where shared visions are built in a common space, and success is celebrated together.
  11. 11. Defini3on of Mul3-Cultural Iden3ty The sharing, understanding, acceptance, and promo9on of mul9ple iden99es—based on visible aZributes such as sex, age, color, ethnicity, and invisible aZributes such as beliefs, class, sexual orienta9on, character, and context—and the common characteris9cs that unite us within a community.
  12. 12. FAIRNESS IS THE FINAL RESULT OF YEARS OF EFFECTIVE EFFORT COMBINED WITH THE EXPERIENCE OF DIVERSITY
  13. 13. FAIRNESS IS THE FINAL RESULT OF YEARS OF EFFECTIVE EFFORT COMBINED WITH THE EXPERIENCE OF DIVERSITY
  14. 14. 5 C’s of Awareness
 Developed by Ulric Johnson and Patty De Rosa 1.  Color 2.  Culture 3.  Class 4.  Character 5.  Context
  15. 15. COLOR: Describes and Identifies
  16. 16. CULTURE: Explains and Defines
  17. 17. CLASS: Rank and Position
  18. 18. CHARACTER: Distinguishes and Names Uniqueness
  19. 19. CONTEXT: Impacts and Shapes
  20. 20. 5 C’s Photo Essay—COLOR 

  21. 21. 5 C’s Photo Essay—CULTURE
  22. 22. 5 C’s Photo Essay—CLASS 

  23. 23. 5 C’s Photo Essay—Character 

  24. 24. 5 C’s Photo Essay—Context

  25. 25. 5 C’s of Awareness
 --Reflection 1.  OUTSIDE CIRCLE: how do YOU describe the 5Cs for yourself. 2.  Middle Circle: Pick One C the MOST import C for the DCD community
  26. 26. 5C’s Conversation 1. Not a debate or dialogue—an “adding” to the middle 2. Use a talking object 3. Share space —sit on same level —nothing blocking people in group —different starting person 4. Participate in the Circle
  27. 27. 29 What are Stereotypes of… Men BlacksWomen Whites Hispanics Asians YouthAdults Hetrosexuals Transgender studentsHomosexuals
  28. 28. 5 C’s of Change
 Developed by Ulric Johnson and Patty De Rosa 1.  Confidence 2.  Courage 3.  Commitment 4.  Conflict 5.  Community
  29. 29. 5 C’s of Change--Reflection 1.  OUTSIDE CIRCLE: how do YOU describe the 5Cs of change for yourself. 2.  Middle Circle: Pick One C the MOST import C of change for the DCD community
  30. 30. Small Group Session 3 1.  5Cs of Change to Build community at DCD 2.  Your personal commitments to ac9on
  31. 31. 33 What are Stereotypes of… Men BlacksWomen Whites Hispanics Asians YouthAdults Hetrosexuals Transgender Homosexuals
  32. 32. Transfer from today What did we do today? So What? Now What?
  33. 33. Questions and Discussion
  34. 34. It Is I Who Must Begin It is I who must begin. Once I begin, once I try -- here and now, right where I am, not excusing myself by saying things would be easier elsewhere, without grand speeches and ostentatious gestures, but all the more persistently --to live in harmony with the "voice of Being," as I understand it within myself -- as soon as I begin that, I suddenly discover, to my surprise, that I am neither the only one, nor the first, nor the most important one to have set out upon that road. Whether all is really lost or not depends entirely on whether or not I am lost. ~ Vaclav Havel ~

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