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Wed, Feb 08


Online Workshop

Moving Towards Inclusion and Belonging Workshop

"Any real change implies the breakup of the world as one has always known it..." James Baldwin

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Moving Towards Inclusion and Belonging Workshop
Moving Towards Inclusion and Belonging Workshop

Time and Location

Feb 08, 2023, 12:30 PM EST – Feb 09, 2023, 2:30 PM EST

Online Workshop

About the Event

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This is a free workshop. Recommended donation of $10 per person is appreciated.

Take the free Pre-Workshop Preparation lesson (estimated time 15 minutes) to understand what to expect. 

Targeted Audience:

  • Anyone involved in DEI efforts

Description goals: This is a two-part workshop.  Each part is one hour in length. The first part is an introductory one-hour workshop designed to identify opportunities to build competencies to maintain and sustain an inclusive environment and a sense of belonging. Building on part one, the second part will create a plan to continue an individual’s course of action to build and maintain an inclusive environment and a sense of belonging.

This workshop challenges participants to engage in honest yet effective dialogue, reflect on information received, and create a plan moving forward to build strategies for belonging. Come ready to engage and learn from one another.

Learning objectives

By attending this workshop, participants will be able to

  • Identify at least two mistakes typically made when attempting to undergo DEI initiatives
  • Identify at least one specific barrier that may stop someone from achieving their inclusive and belonging goals and how to overcome them.
  • Create a plan to continue an individual’s course of action to build and maintain an inclusive environment and build a sense of belonging

About our presenter

Terry Lee Watson, founder of Strategies for Justice BWMP LLC, has been presenting on the topics of race and white supremacy for over 20 years. Mr. Watson has presented at Universities, K-12, social justice organizations, and conferences. His most recent focus has been on law enforcement through his presentation, The Battle with Moses People; What happens when Black Lives Matters meets Blue Lives Matter. A true believer in having civil discourse, Mr. Watson constantly challenges perspectives leading to him writing this book, Welcome to the sick mind of a sane person, where he asks the question, how do we, as conscious black people participate in sustaining white supremacy?

As the Assistant Director of Student Disability Services for Penn State University World Campus, Mr. Watson works closely with faculty, designers, and student-facing units. In this capacity, he helps shape practices, procedures, and policies to include individuals with disabilities. In his training workshop, Beyond Accommodations, he examines pedagogy through the Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA) lens and provides insight into inclusive practices. 

If you have an accommodation request under The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), please email at least 72 hours before the workshop.

This event has a group. You’re welcome to join the group once you register for the event.


  • 1 hour

    Part One: Identifying & discussing traits of belonging

    Online via zoom

  • 1 hour

    Part two: Formulating a plan for a culture of belonging

    Online via zoom


  • Regular Tickets

    Pay what you want
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