How Diversity Talks Educates and Empowers

As a black, lesbian woman growing up in Mississippi, despite the many socially-accepting parts of the state, Kiara Butler knew she did not want to spend the rest of her life in the Magnolia State.

But even when she eventually got out and came to Rhode Island, she still felt that many of the professional development sessions on diversity she sat through failed to address the elephant in the room — race, power, privilege and oppression.

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How Effective is Traditional Professional Development?

How Effective is Traditional Professional Development?