Moving diversity forward : how to go from well-meaning to well-doing.
- Publication info:
- Chicago, Ill. : American Bar Association, Center for Racial & Ethnic Diversity, General Practice, Solo & Small Firm Division, c2011.
Osgoode Hall Law School Library
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- Moving diversity forward : how to go from well-meaning to well-doing.
- Main Author:
- Myers, Vernā.
- Corporate Author:
Chicago, Ill. : American Bar Association, Center for Racial & Ethnic Diversity, General Practice, Solo & Small Firm Division, 2011
- Item Description:
Author: Vernā̄ A. Myers.
- Physical Description:
xv, 196 p. : ill. ; 26 cm.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Table of Contents
- Diversity is being invited to the party : includion is being asked to dance
- I think I'm a pretty good dance partner : is this book for me?
- I know the Cha Cha ; isn't that like the Charleston? : aren't we all the same?
- With the right music, you can get anyone on the dance floor : what messages are you sending about who's included?
- So you were a little offbeat ; it isn't the end of the dance : how to recover when you've stepped on your dance partner's toes
- What's everybody staring at? : nobody's perfect when they first learn to dance : the BASICS of cultural competence
- Are you sure he's our waiter? : I think he's the band leader : how is your lens shaping what you see?
- He's black : what do you mean he can't dance? : check for your biases when things get bumpy
- Dancing with Peggy McIntosh : breaking the thirteen deadly habits of workplace oppression
- White people have always been center stage : understanding white privilege and other forms of unearned privilege
- Five old dance moves that white people do : updating your dance moves to support the success of black people at work
- The warm up is over, now for the big dance move : biasproofing your organization's systems
- Sometimes cutting in is the right move : using your privilege to interrupt bias.