Designed for middle school students, this panel presentation begins by addressing how stereotypes were formed about different groups of people, the impact that stereotypes have on communities, what you need to know about marginalized groups in contrast to prevailing stereotypes, and closes with ways to counter stereotypes interpersonally and in the classroom and school. If time permits, student exercises are included during the panel, or before or after the panel.
The following topics are delivered by interethnic/intercultural panels that consist of representatives of the Muslim, Jewish, African, Indigenous, Latino/Hispanic, and Asian American communities. Listed below are the titles of the various panel topics which ING offers along with a brief description. Panels are available in one-to-four-hour formats.
To schedule a panel, complete the form at the bottom of this page. Please allow two weeks’ advance notice for scheduling, and at least 60 minutes for a panel to allow time for questions and answers. If your request is less than two weeks away or if you have questions about our online scheduling system, please feel free to contact us at 408-296-7312 extension 160 or email [email protected].
Countering Bullying with Knowledge, Civility, and Respect
Countering Bigotry and Racism through Calls to Action
Designed for high schools, universities and other adult settings, this panel presentation addresses unconscious bias and its roots, its impact on structural racism, what you should know about marginalized groups, and what we can do personally to counter bigotry and racism.
Diversity Training for Professional Groups
ING provides diversity training that can be included in your long-term DEIB (Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Belonging) programs in your organization. Our trainings are specifically tailored for the following professional groups:
Educators in K-12, educators in colleges and universities, corporate staff, law enforcement personnel, healthcare providers, dentists, government employees, court administrators, and non-profit organizations. Click here for more information.