Rising from the Margins episode 14 presents Deconstructing the Model Minority Stereotype.
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Navigating the Working Class/First-in-Family College Experience | Episode 13, Rising from the Margins
This week's Rising from the Margins conversation centers on the hidden curriculum in higher education that poor and working class, first generation students attending higher education. Ways to counter such inequities are explored.
As a woman of color, the idea of not feeling enough is a constant, sometimes minute to minute battle. In this video, I am going to discuss how the origins of such self-subjugating thoughts are related to White supremacy culture.
In today’s episode, White Supremacy Work Culture, I am going to talk about how seemingly neutral, natural, and dominant cultural practices support the idea that Whiteness is the supreme standard by which all peoples of culture are measured.
Check out today’s video for strategies on how you can create the community that you need during this pandemic.
Today’s conversation centers on microaggressions and how making an intentional choice to not immediately confront one’s oppressor is a commendable, self-preserving survival strategy for people of color.
In episode 4 of Rising from the Margins, "Listen To Your Gut," staff psychologist and EDI Outreach Director Dr. Shirley Ley invites you to join her in conversation on the importance of listening to your gut when countering and resisting oppression and hate.
In episode 3 of Rising from the Margins, "The Journey to Re-establishing," staff psychologist and EDI Outreach Director Dr. Shirley Ley talks about how you can expand on your survival toolkits to incorporate things that can affirm your humanity, meaning things that give you access to the range of experiences that define your personhood.
In episode 2 of Rising from the Margins, Creating a Survival Toolkit, staff psychologist and EDI Outreach Director Dr. Shirley Ley introduces the idea of creating survival as opposed to self-care kits. The term survival does a better job at reflecting the realities of people of color.
In episode 1 of Rising from the Margins, Anti-Asian Racism, staff psychologist and EDI Outreach Director Dr. Shirley Ley looks at how people identifying as or perceived as Asian American Pacific Islanders have experienced an increase in hate-crime, violence and bullying.