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National Association for Campus Activities
Upper Midwest Conference ~ Sioux Falls, SD
South Texas Institute for the Arts ~ Corpus Christi
Rotary International ~ Henniker, NH
Fordham University ~ New York City, NY
Clatskanie Arts Commission ~ Rainier, OR
Northeastern State University ~ Tahlequah, OK
North Adams State College ~ MA
Miami University of Ohio ~ Middleton
Augsburg College ~ Minneapolis, MN
Dickerson College ~ Carlisle, PA
St. Mary’s in the Woods College ~ IN
Mesa State College ~ Grand Junction, CO
Linn-Benton Community College ~ Albany, OR
Illinois Central College ~ East Peoria
Wilmington College ~ OH
University of Louisiana ~ Lafayette
Rouge Community College ~ Grand Pass, OR
Northeast Missouri State University ~ Marysville
Wenatchee Valley College ~ WA
University of Southern Indiana ~ Evansville
Portland Community College ~ OR
Northeast LA Delta African American Museum ~ Monroe
Yakima Valley Community College ~ WA
Southeast Missouri State University ~ Cape Girardeau
Blue Mountain Community College ~ Pendleton, OR
University of Illinois Medical Center ~ Chicago
East Central State University ~ Ada, OK
Clark State Community College ~ Springfield, OH
Adams State College ~ Alamosa, CO
Indiana University of Pennsylvania
Lewis & Clark College ~ Portland, OR
Buffalo State College ~ NY
Black Hawk College ~ Moline, IL
Linfield College ~ McMinnville, OR
National Black Talent / Presentor Tour Marketing
Summit ~ New Orleans, LA.
The Six Simple Strategies
ADMIT INTOLERANCE: “To be a racist is not to be a bad person - it’s part of our heritage...”, Lawrence Calder, SPRINGFIELD (OH) NEWS-SUN
DEFUSE COMMUNICATION BLOCKS: “How about a women at work talking with her supervisor...when he says, ‘Well, honey.’ In her mind, all conversation stops”, James S. Tyree, ALBANY (OR) DEMOCRAT-HERALD
STEP INTO THEIR SHOES: “Minorities adjust, adjust, adjust so they can be part of what’s going on...”, Dianne Cutillo, BERKSHIRE (MA) EAGLE
STAND UP & BE COUNTED: “Slurs will come up in any homogeneous’s up to an individual to object...”, Lawrence Calder, SPRINGFIELD (OH) NEWS-SUN
STRIVE NOT FOR UNDERSTANDING: “No one can ever fully understand another...Walker used the humorous analogy of not being able to understand PMS...”, Cartha Neher, KENNESAW STATE (GA) SENTINEL CAMPUS NEWS
DISCUSS DISCRIMINATION: “Encourages audiences to actively share their stories of success and failure in this area...” THE WENATCHEE (WA) WORLD
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