Learn to recognize and better understand power, privilege and oppression, and their role in the history of the LGBTQA+ community.
You’ll learn about marginalization, underrepresentation, discrimination and oppression from a social, cultural, political and historical perspective. You’ll learn new skills to identify and intervene in situations that contribute to the oppression of individuals in this community, and you’ll learn to recognize the roles social institutions play in celebrating—or challenging—the goal of diversity, equity and inclusion for this community.
Can be taken individually or as part of the LGBTQA+ Studies Certificate Program.
Who can benefit:
- Educators and Education Administrators
- Health Services Personnel
- Human Resource Personnel
- Social Work Personnel
- Law Enforcement/Government Employees
- Individuals who wish to gain skill to support the LGBTQA+ community