For Your Consideration
For Your Consideration is a series of workshops facilitated by trained Peer Facilitators employed at the Office for Inclusion, Belonging and Intergroup Communication.
These sessions utilize experiential activities and intergroup dialogue to facilitate learning opportunities for students who are interested in engaging in conversations around identity, diversity, equity, and justice. All undergraduate and graduate students are welcome.
For Your Consideration workshops occur regularly throughout the year with most occurring between Weeks 3 and 7. To be the first to hear about upcoming workshops, join the IBIC community listserv.
Learn more about past LINKS workshops.
Approaching Media: Exploring Relationships to Media
Explore our different relationships with the media/news and question what may be informing that relationship.
On Names: Exploring the Power and Importance of Our Names
Explore the power and importance of our names through experiential activities rooted in self-exploration and dialoguing in community.
"Be a Man": A Conversation about the Pressures of Masculinity
Discuss cultural and social pressures related to masculinity and the impacts they can have on our relationships.
Cultivating Community at Stanford
Connect and reflect about identity while exploring concepts of identity and community cultural wealth.
Allyship and Anti-Racism
What does allyship really look like? Who gets to call themselves an ally? This experiential workshop will dive into the WHAT and HOW of real allyship.
Students of Color Convening --Toward Affinity & Solidarity
SOC Convening is a safe, collective space for self-identified BIPOC students to gather, connect, learn about each other’s cultures, and build community.
Power and Privilege: Questioning the Gender Hierarchy
Explore the complex relationships between gender, power and privilege. How do hetero- and cisnormativity intersect with other oppressive social and political structures around race, socioeconomic status, etc. to create systems of inequity that privilege some gender identities and expressions while taking power away from others? And what can you do about it?
Responding to Microaggressions
Many, if not all, of us have encountered microaggressions in some form or another. How can people respond to them? This interactive workshop provides language, tools, and opportunity for participants to practice navigating situations in which they are the target of or witness to a microaggression.
Reducing Bias and Stereotyping
Examine how stereotypes and implicit biases can affect our perceptions & decisions and then explore a framework and suggestions for reducing the impact of stereotypes and bias.