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About This Webinar

This workshop will provide participants with a framework for understanding bias, prejudice, and oppression and how these concepts play out in interpersonal and institutional settings. Through case studies, participants will be introduced to various strategies for interrupting harm, and will have the opportunity to practice engaging these strategies in real-world scenarios.

When: Wednesday, June 17, 2020 · 02:00:00 PM · Central Time (US & Canada)
Duration: 1 hour
Language: English
Who can attend? Everyone
Dial-in available? (listen only): Yes
Dial-in Number: 1 (312) 248-9348
Dial-in ID: 044130#
Dial-in Passcode: 7111#
Featured Presenters
Webinar hosting presenter Helen K
Assistant Director, Career Advancement
Helen oversees the digital programs including the NAA Career Webinar Series along with the NAA Career Podcast, Northwestern Intersections, to provide career advancement resources for the alumni network. She is passionate about engaging alumni to share their stories of how Northwestern has impacted their lives.
Webinar hosting presenter
Director, Equity Outreach and Education at Northwestern University
Kate comes to Northwestern with over a decade of experience facilitating and advocating alongside marginalized communities. In addition to her direct support work with youth and adults affected by sexual violence and gender discrimination, Kate has provided training for employers, non-profits, hospitals, and law enforcement on sexual violence prevention, anti-oppression frameworks, and LGBTQ2IA cultural competency.

She was named one of the Windy City Times’ “30 Under 30” in 2016 and is currently the Director, Equity Outreach and Education for the Office of Equity at Northwestern University, where she trains over 5,000 people every year on harassment, discrimination, and sexual violence prevention.

Kate holds a BA in Women and Gender Studies from McGill University, and a MS in Communications from Northwestern University.
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NAA Career Webinar Series webinar platform hosts Becoming an Active Bystander: A Framework and Tools for Interrupting Harm
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