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RAPP offers free programming to the University of Cincinnati and the Greater Cincinnati community on a variety of diversity, multicultural, social justice, and communication topics.
We will work with interested groups to develop a program to suit their needs on most any topic, and can make referrals on topics we feel others can do better than we.
Common topics we present on include:
- Self-awareness: Identifying and exploring our own social identities, such as race, gender, sexuality, religion, class, etc.;
- Campus awareness: Exploring diversity at UC, including statistical diversity and campus resources on race, gender, sexuality, ability, and religion;
- Just Community: Exploring the UC Just Community initiative and identifying ways we can create a just and caring community;
- Effective Communication Strategies: Exploring key concepts in crosscultural communication and how to use them to improve communication;
- Communication around Triggers: Identifying our own triggers and common triggers and strategizing about how to respond when triggered that promote learning;
- Allyship: Exploring a holistic concept of allies and identifying how to develop effective ally skills.
- Power & Privilege: Exploring how social power and unearned privilege manifest and how to become an agent of change fighting oppression.
If you have 45-90 minutes and would like a general program, consider requesting one of our most popular general diversity programs:
- What's at UC? Explore demographics, resources, and the impact of perception in this energetic "game"-based program.
- Circles of Me Spend time reflecting on our identities, our experiences, and communication.
- Trigger Words Explore language, its connection to justice, and identify ways to respond when triggered/upset/offended.
- Five Skills of Inclusive Leaders The name says it all! Learn about and explore five key skills of inclusive leadership.
- My Story of... Record and share the story of your life around one or more social identities while discovering the power and challenges of telling our stories.
- Introduction to the Prison Industrial Complex Explore our connections with the prison industrial complex, its impact on the community, and how to engage in social change related to this issue.
Kingian Nonviolence Conflict Reconciliation Develop greater awareness/understanding of the strategic and active methodology of nonviolent direct action, Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr’s philosophy and approach, and explore your own beliefs around nonviolence. (minimum 3 hours, maximum 16 hours)
RAPP strives to maintain a focus on experiential learning and host highly interactive workshops.
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If you'd like to talk about scheduling a workshop, please contact Brice Mickey, Interim RAPP Program Coordinator, at 513.556.6119 or firstname.lastname@example.org