Black Cultural Conference 2013
Live at the Apollo-UCSC Talent Show
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BLACK CULTURAL CONFERENCE WORKSHOP REGISTRATION 2013
In order to register to conduct a workshop you must also register for the conference.
***PLEASE NOTE: IF YOUR WORKSHOP REQUIRES ANY SORT OF TECHNOLOGY BESIDES A PROJECTOR, YOU WILL HAVE TO BRING YOUR OWN EQUIPMENT(LAPTOPS, CHARGERS, ADAPTERS...ECT.)
Conference Learning Outcomes
By the end of October 5th, 2013, The African American Resource & Cultural Center hopes that attendees at The Black Cultural Conference will have experienced some of the following learning outcomes:
Intellectual growth: Understands the intersection of gender with race, class, sexual orientation and other identity formations; Employs critical thinking in problem solving
Appreciating diversity: Seeks to understand one’s own multifaceted identity; Appropriately challenges stereotypes; Understands the impact of diversity on one’s own society.
refers to skills and knowledge attained for both personal development
and career advancement.
Professional development encompasses all types of facilitated learning opportunities, ranging from college degrees to formal coursework, and conferences.
Leadership: Demonstrates initiative, vision, and perseverance; Comprehends group dynamics
Education: Articulates and pursues goals and objectives; Uses goals to guide decisions. Expressing oneself and influences others through writing, speaking, and/or artistic expression.
Other: Articulates a workshop that is constructive, uplifting, and positive. That illustrates a connection to the Black Cultural Conference theme of: "United We Stand, Together We Heal."
Which Learning Outcomes does your workshop cover?
Cultivating Community through mind, body and spirit
Time Preference for Workshop (We will try our best to accommodate your preference)
Session 1 (10:00 A.M. - 11:00 A.M)
Session 2 (1:45 P.M. - 2:45 P.M)
Abstract for workshop (Max. 250 words):