On-Demand Programs

Anti-Racism & Anti-Oppression Terminology Series

Immigration Series

Immigration 101: Understanding the U.S. Immigration Process
Review the basic concepts of U.S. immigration law and policy by exploring the terms used in U.S. immigration law as well as the methods of gaining immigration status.

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Refugees, Asylees, Migrants
The program examines the differences between refugee, asylees, and migrants and provides an examination of U.S. protection law and the international obligations to provide refuge.

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Demystifying Deportation
This program examines the rights and relief that may be available to someone during immigration proceedings.

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Mental Health Series

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QPR: Question, Persuade, Refer
An overview of a technique for providing innovative, practical, and proven suicide prevention.

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COVID-19 and Impacts on Mental Health
As the number of COVID-19 cases increases, so does the associated anxiety. For the general public, the mental health effects of COVID-19 are as essential to address as the physical health effects.

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Practical Application & Taking Action

How to Work with Interpreters
Best practices for communicating through an interpreter.

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Incorporating Racial Equity in Hiring Practices
We all have a role in creating more diverse, equitable, and inclusive organizations. This session challenges the common myths that interfere with hiring a more diverse staff and shares strategies we can use to create change.

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Social Identities Series

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Women in Leadership
Women in various leadership roles across campus share their experiences and journies.  

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Indigenous Peoples' Day: Indigenous Sovereignty, Sterilization, and Assisted Reproductive Technologies
Elizabeth Rule, PhD, an enrolled citizen of the Chickasaw Nation and director of the AT&T Center for Indigenous Politics and Policy at George Washington University, discussed Indigenous reproductive justice through an examination of the intersection of tribal sovereignty, the history of forced sterilization policy, and today's assisted reproductive technologies. 

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American Indian Community in Baltimore
Ashley Minner, PhD, shares information about the vibrant American Indian community in Baltimore.

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Discovering Indigenous D.C.
Elizabeth Rule, PhD, facilitates a discussion about the contributions of Indigenous people to Washington, D.C., while introducing an app, Indigenous DC, which highlights the historical and contemporary federal tribal policy developed in the city and acknowledges the peoples whose homelands upon which the District of Columbia was built.

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Systematic Trustworthiness and COVID-19

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Building Systemic Trustworthiness: Structural Racism and the COVID-19 Vaccine
This powerful panel discussion addresses structural racism in the U.S., its implications for COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy in Communities of Color, and building trust between the medical community and historically marginalized populations. 

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UMB doctors helped UMB faculty, students, and staff sort through their concerns to help them understand if the COVID-19 vaccine is right for them.

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