The resources in this section are aimed at bringing dialogue and understanding to as you minister in the context of race and ethnicity.
This article, written for students affairs staff, offers some insights for those of us who lead groups on college campuses. To foster an inclusive leadership environment for women and students of color, student affairs representatives must develop both formal and informal relationships with prospective student leaders to create a welcoming and inclusive environment, said Stephanie [...]
Julie Park explores how religious faith traditions and practices can serve as a foundation to spur dialogue around race and diversity issues. She discusses how the InterVarsity Christian Fellowship at “West Coast University” used their faith as a springboard to take on issues of race. Her findings show that religion can also play an important [...]
Below is a list of helpful resources to use with college students as you discuss the life and ministry of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. His vision, his dream for human being and civil rights and his method of non-violent resistance serve as a signpost to the Kingdom. “I Have a Dream” Speech RESOURCES The [...]
Adapted by Ellen Bettmann from an activity developed by Martin Cano, Valerie Tulier and Ruch Kacz of “A World of Difference.” Rationale: The purpose of this exercise is to teach about advantages and disadvantages in our lives and the effects they have on opportunities and successes. This exercise can also be used to enhance understanding [...]
Mary L. Buckley 09-28-2007?By 2050, Hispanics will represent 24.4% of our population, Asians will make up 8% and African Americans will represent 14.6% of our overall population. ?(2000 U. S. Census data) The Educational Testing Service suggests that the nation’s undergraduate population will expand by 2.6 million students by 2015, 2 million of which will [...]
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