Understanding Power and Privilege

January 14th 2:00-3:30 pm

This workshop is focused on understanding systems of oppression, and the role that privilege & power play in community engagement.

Facilitators:

Dr. Hector Vila, Associate Professor of Writing and Rhetoric

Jacqueline Qiu ‘21, French and Political Science majors, Privilege & Poverty student staff

Anna Freund, Food Program Assistant at HOPE

 

Social Identities and Intersectionality

January 21st 2:00-3:30 pm

Reflect on your own social identities & how your intersecting identities affect the ways in which you build meaningful relationships with community.

Facilitators:

Crystal Jones, Assistant Director of Education for Equity and Inclusion

Rostyk Yarovyk, CCL student and CCE student staff

Priya Sudhakaran, CCL student

 

Ethical, Strengths-Based Community Engagement

January 28th 2:00-3:30 pm

This workshop is focused on understanding how community & individual strengths can be leveraged to enact social change and strengthen communities.

Facilitators:

Diane Munroe, Assistant Director for Community-Based Learning

Gabriella Chalker ‘24, CCL student and CCL Project Assistant

Pam Berenbaum, Director of the Global Health Program

Rae Donovan, Social-Emotional Learning Coordinator, Mt. Abe Unified School District

Center for Community Engagement
Middlebury College
Middlebury, VT 05753