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Diversity and Inclusion Resources: DePauw Dialogue - Jamie Washington
This guide provides DePauw University faculty, staff, and students with sources related to diversity, inclusivity and microaggressions in higher education.
This 1991 publication by American Association for Counseling and Development includes:
Chapter 4: "Understanding Gay and Lesbian Students of Color" by Vernon Wall and Jamie Washington
Chapter 11: "Becoming an Ally" by Jamie Washington and Nancy Evans
The article presents an interview focused on diversity and inclusion in American higher education with several U.S. educational consultants including Dr. Kathy Obear, Vernon A. Wall, and Reverend Dr. Jamie Washington. Each individual comments on their careers as leaders in higher education, particularly their work in emphasizing diversity on college campuses. Remarks regarding the importance of self-reflection, social justice, and collaboration in the pursuit of inclusion are explained.
The following is an interview with Rev. Dr. Jamie Washington, one of the founders of the Social Justice Training Institute (SJTI). Over the past 20 years, he has worked as a scholar, practitioner, activist, consultant, and administrator in higher education and social justice. In these various roles, Rev. Dr. Washington has continued to inspire, influence, and motivate individuals and entire organizations to embrace social justice as a way of being and to join him in the process to create structural and institutional change. The interview with Rev. Dr. Washington provides insight into his life as a social justice educator and his views on the field of social justice. He also offers valuable advice to those wanting to make positive and transformative institutional change.
Opening talk at DePauw - slides
Dr. Washington graciously shared his presentation slides with the DePauw community. If you want to view the slides, please email me from your DePauw account at firstname.lastname@example.org, and I'll give you the password. We cannot share them more widely.