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We will explore how Stereotypes, Prejudice, and Discrimination are maintained in 2021. We plan to discuss the development of biases for or against an individual, a group, or a belief. We will discuss the true meaning of equality and equity and how the two have different paths for achieving success between races, sexes, social classes, and more.
We will discuss, define, and give examples of stereotypes, prejudice, and discrimination. We will review explicit racism as well as implicit racism. We also plan to discuss the effects of Microaggressions.
We will ask participants to take inventory of their own unconscious/implicit bias.
We all have them. It starts with us working on ourselves.
Why you should Attend
If you are ready to make a transformation within your life and career, then you need to listen to the Transformation Strategist. This topic will define the meaning of Stereotypes, Prejudice, and Discrimination in 2022.
We will challenge participants to do inventory on own their own unconscious/implicit biases.
Think about how those instances have made you feel when you’ve been the victim of it.
Let’s have conversations about it and let’s use this platform or privilege to create change.
Areas Covered in the Session
- Explicit Racism
- Implicit Racism
- Micro Aggressions
Who Will Benefit
Hiram and Gina White are Transformation Strategists who assist people in making a profound change to live their best life. They are a husband and wife team that gives a male and female perspective on life and living.
Hiram is a certified trainer in Diversity, Equity & Inclusion and has combined his passion for peak performance with his M.A. in Community Counseling, speaking about issues related to equity and inclusion, conflict resolution, career advancement, self esteem and impactful transformation.
Hiram has used his proven transformation strategies in his own life and career, becoming a leading Employee Assistance Professional certified in Critical Incident Stress Management Debriefing, Counselor, Adjunct Psychology Professor and government administrator.
Gina is a human resource professional by trade; she spent years honing her expertise in strategic planning, organizational administration, leadership and personal enrichment. Gina has served as a featured speaker/presenter at events providing guidance on financial literacy, leadership, mentorship, diversity and human resource training.
Gina’s partnered with organizations to speak to groups on a variety of issues affecting women and youth, including goal setting, college preparation, self-esteem, relationships and career advisement.
Together, Hiram and Gina host the weekly T.H.A.T Life podcast discussing topics ranging from relationships, spirituality, education, career advancement and pop culture.