The Attitude Of Diversity: Understanding The Color Of R.A.I.N.

Let’s face it, our world is changing and our institutions of higher learning should reflect this diversity. Diversity means more than compliance and affirmative action, it means inclusion. Being aware of those around you and not only respecting them, but having a true appreciation for them and their differences. To some rain has no color; to others yellow is the color of rain; while to many rain is just plain wet. Like people, rain comes in many sizes, shapes, and colors. Understanding the Color of R.A.I.N. (Race, Association, Isms, and Norms) will tear down the gender, social, racial, and preference barriers that divide us and give us an attitude of appreciations for ourselves and others. If you want to change the completion of your campus, this is the presentation for you.

Learning Outcomes:

1. Your Organization will learn the necessary knowledge and skills to function as a global citizen.
2. Your Organization will learn The Golden Rule “Treat others as you would have them treat you.”
3. Your Organization will be able to discuss interpersonal differences in a non-threatening environment.

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