Archive for the 'Stereotypes' Category

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Program:  Visibility

Dr. Culbreth and guests, Dr. Sheretta T. Butler-Barnes, Dr. Jeanette Walley-Jean and Dr. Christina Grange discuss "Black is Beautiful: Defining Yourself for Yourself Authentically and Unapologetically."  Episode 3 of "We Are Our Sisters' Keepers" Black History Month mini series on Visibility.

Episode Description

Black is Beautiful focuses on Black women being their authentic selves unapologetically. The manner in which we choose to express our Blackness individually is a personal choice and one that should not be open to ridicule, criticism, shaming or gossip. Topics will include one size does not fit all, the authentic you, leave my hair alone, identity, career choices, lifestyles, hobbies, social circles, black pride, interests, interracial dating, etc. Additional topics include learning to authentically define yourself for yourself in your pursuit of happiness and embracing the uniqueness and diversity of Black women.  The discussion will also focus on black girls.

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Are you dealing with drama in the workplace?  Crabs in the barrel? Have you been thrown under the bus?  Listen to Dr. Culbreth explain Psychic Prisons in the Workplace and strategies to deal with all of the DRAMA!

Thursday, September 3, 2015 at 8:00 pm EST

Complexity Talk Radio – Complexity Live

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·         Plato’s Cave

·         Psychic Prisons & Ark

·         Groupthink & Office Politics

·         The Negative Grapevine

·         Negative Cultures  & Negative Nancy’s

·         The Bitter Employee

·         Racism & White Privilege

·         Crabs in the Barrel  & Colorism

·         Pettiness, Envy and OPBS

·         Bullies & Street Business in the Workplace

·         Emotional Intelligence

·         Incompetence, Professionalism, Ethics & ARI

·         The Icarus Paradox

·         The 20-70-10 Rule

·         So you were thrown under the bus?

·         Zero Tolerance & Taking Action

·         The Culbreth 4D Approach

·         Moving On

 

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A plethora of factors impact the development of black girls including racism, colorism, education, negative stereotypes, identity issues, socioeconomic issues, opportunities, disparate treatment, invisibility and diversity and inclusion, recognition, and their voices among other factors.

Join Dr. Culbreth, Dr. Denise Davis-Maye and Ms. kYmberly Keeton for an eye-opening and thought-provoking discussion on the factors impacting the development of Black Girls and strategies to help them reach higher ground.

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Segment One

Meet two extraordinary women in business, Ms. Myra Rowan and Ms. Kristen Johnson, owners of Fly High With Me.

  • Learn how to be successful and make extra income and/or design your dream vacation package.

Segment Two

Define Yourself for Yourself and Keep Rising to the Top.  Join Dr. Culbreth for an intriguing segment on defining who you are.

Topics:

  • Define Yourself For Yourself
  • The Abyss of OPD and Public Shaming
    Your Identity
    Validate Yourself
    My Shoes
    Let Them Talk
    Be Bigger, Better and Bolder
    Living Your Dream
    Empower Yourself
    Nothing Can or Will Stop You
    Severing Ties and Moving On
    Keep Rising To The Top

Segment Three

Where Do We Go From Here?

  • The Status of Black America
  • Race relations
  • Moving forward
  • The Unity Train

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Dr. Culbreth and Dr. Jung-Kim discuss the complexities of race, color and identity. 

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Dr. Culbreth and Dr. Jung-Kim discuss how girls and women of color are depicted in media, in print, and in their daily lives.

Live Show: June 4 ,2015

Women of Color: More Than Just A Trend/Stereotype.

Topics:

  • Women of color as trends?

  • The continued insults (conscious/unconscious and intentional/unintentional)

  • Defying negative stereotypes

  • So much more than a stereotype (morals, ethics, sexuality, etc.)

  • When apologies are not enough

  • The reality of it all

  • Psychic prisons and breaking free

  • One size does not fit all

  • Deeper thought processes

  • On being bigger, better and bolder

  • Keep the faith

  • Why we must celebrate, embrace, and empower girls and women of color

 

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Join the authors of Live Life Beautiful: Affirmations for Girls of Color, Dr. Culbreth, Dr. Jung-Kim and Ada Elizabeth Culbreth for a discussion on how girls of color are treated disparately and how their new book can make the difference in the lives of girls of color.

Topics

  • The mission of I Am Beautiful Global, Inc. and The National Girls and Women of Color Council (NGWCC)
  • Colorism, Racism and Disparate Treatment
  • The Foundation of Beautiful
  • PEPS
  • How Live Life Beautiful Affirmations for Girls of Color will make the difference
  • Workshops and Webinars

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Dr. Culbreth and  Dr. Jung-Kim discuss The Hidden Prejudice in Education: Understanding How Colorism, Prejudice, Racism and Stereotypes Can Affect the Dreams of Students of Color!

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Complexity Talk Radio - Complexity Live 

Dr. Donnamaria Culbreth and Dr. Julie Jung-Kim discuss  Addressing Racism on College Campuses

Topics:

  • Institutional racism
  • Overview of racism on college/university campuses in the millennium
  • The culture of racism on campuses
  • Blaming the Victims
  • Racism and Students
    • Sororities and Fraternities
    • When apologies are not enough
    • Racism in the classroom
    • The racist professor/instructor
    • The effects of racism on students of color
    • Conscious/unconscious racism
    • Overt/covert racism
  • Racism and Faculty/Staff/Administration
    • Speak up and get fired
    • Wake-up
    • Inequality
    • Power
  • The change that is needed
    • Understanding personal biases
    • White Privilege (Article by Peggy McIntosh)
    • Training
    • Point zero
    • Moving forward
    • Unity?

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