This event is sponsored by William Woods Delta Chi Chapter Of Alpha Chi Omega & The Campus Activities Board.
During the most recent tragic events across America, we have seen the true display of systemic racism, and every sector in our community shifts around race relations. . As we all move forward to play our role in dismantling social injustice, education, and trust are needed to be effective. Now more than ever before, it's extremely important college students have the proper guidance, tools, and resources to effectively understand the foundation of how to use their voice, and influence, their particular spaces.
Facilitation of this workshop will be led by Kiona Sinks as she uses personal, and professional lived experiences among bridging community partnerships, developing strong cross generational relationships, and establishing successful community programming. Kiona has a proven track record of success in initiating, promoting and maintaining diversity and inclusion which is a driving force in her professional career. Kiona takes pride in the experiences that are centered around giving back within service concerning equity to address the needs in the community in which we live.
The goals, and outcomes of this workshop for participants are centered around the expectation towards reflection, action, and transparency. Kiona will present, and share action items, that college sororities and fraternities can dive into during this time, and long term. This will be an interactive 45 minutes total which the last 15 minutes will be for Q&A to make the best out of everyone's time. Bring your beverage of choice, notebook, and feel free to take notes! Flyer attached with link provided below to reserve your time slot with your Sorority or Fraternity.
1. Self Reflection: What Is Your Take ?
2. Understanding Black Lives Matter vs All Lives Matter
3. How To Sustainably Support Your College Campus
4. Education Resources, Reflection, along with Q & A