Code switching: The practice of interacting in different ways depending on the social context, not limited to race
About the event
Join us from 11 a.m. to noon MST on August 20, 2020, for our LIVE Educational Equity webinar: “Code switching: The practice of interacting in different ways depending on the social context, not limited to race.”
People from all different backgrounds have learned the subtle skill of code switching. In this webinar, we will break down this skill, why and how people do it, and how we move towards creating environments where code switching is a choice not a necessity because people feel comfortable showing up authentically. #EduEquity #TogetherWeSoar
This webinar will cover the following topics:
- Code switching is happening all around you, even if you can’t see it.
- Code switching by choice versus for survival.
- The importance of feeling safe enough to drop the code-switching when you want to.
This dialogue is open to students, alumni and the general public.
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Deanna Singh, CEO/Founder Uplifting Impact
Please enjoy Deanna Singh’s recent Ted Talk and additional resources:
“We All Have the Power to Build Bridges.”
About the speaker
Deanna Singh is a business consultant, speaker, and podcaster who is internationally recognized for her work in leadership, diversity, equity, and inclusion. Deanna helps her clients create more equitable and inclusive work environments and engage more authentically within their internal and external communities. A gifted communicator, she is a champion for marginalized communities through her work. Her podcast, Uplifting Impact with a focus on looking at the intersection of Leadership and Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, focuses on solutions and is directed at people who want to break the status quo. Singh earned her Bachelor of Arts in Urban Studies from Fordham University, a Juris Doctorate from Georgetown University, a Master’s in Business Administration from the University of Wisconsin, Madison, and certification in Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion from Cornell University.
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