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Multicultural Affairs

Multicultural Affairs

"Just as a body, though one, has many parts, but all its many parts form one body, so it is with Christ." - 1 Corinthians 12:12
Clubs/Groups:
  • IRON Student Diversity Club
  • International Alliance
Conferences:
  • Anti-Defamation No Place for Hate Summit
  • NAIS People of Color
  • Christian Educators Diversity Symposium
Activities:
  • International Student Luncheon
  • Cultural Celebrations
  • East Asian Art workshop
  • Women’s History Month Panel
  • Multicultural Tailgate 
If you have questions or would like more information, please contact the Director of Multicultural Affairs, Angela Crosby.

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    Angela Crosby 

    Director of Multicultural Affairs

Diversity Resources

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  • Resources

    Books:
    • Be One in Christ: C. Pulley
    • Eyes that Kiss in the Corners by Joanna Ho
    • Each Kindness by Jacqueline Woodson
    • Raise your voice: Why we Stay Silent and How to Speak Up
    • Stand Together: C. Finch
    • White Fragility: Why is it so hard for white people to talk about Racism: Robin Diangelo
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  • Terms

    Diversity: existence of variations of different characteristics in a group of people
     
    Equity: refers to applied cultural competency that results in inclusive experiences across cultural and organizational systems
     
    Race: social construct, no biological basis, clear impact on shaping our experiences, one of the many ways 
     
    Ethnicity: social construct that references the intersection of race, culture, and geography
     
    Racism: marriage of racist idea, one race is superior to another, and racist policies that produces and normalizes racial inequalities; racism itself is institutional, structural, and systemic- and reflective of power; systemic and systematic manifestation of discrimination
     
    Discrimination: differentiated treatment or behavior toward a person or group based on their identity 
     
    Prejudice: an attitude that you hold about a group or person or idea, typically negative and formed beforehand absent useful data
     
    Bias: disproportionate weight in favor of or against an idea or thing, usually in a way that is closed minded and unfair