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Lessons Learned - Video Compilation of Individual DIFCON Sessions.
May 2, 2016

DIFCON12: The Debrief

Engage with the transformational discussions that ignited the DIFCON Series in Spring 2016. These edited, short vignettes (below) give you a taste of issues that were addressed, and demonstrate the power of difficult, challenging, respectful, illuminating conversations when the participants muster the courage to "lean in" to discomfort.

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The Myth of the Asian American Model Minority.
Prof. Cynthia Wu (Transnational Studies)
Mar. 30, 2016

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Disturbing the Peace: The Black Artist and Public Discourse.
Prof. John Jennings  (Art)
Mar. 28, 2016

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Why the Backlash Against #BlackLivesMatter?
Prof. Jason Young (History)
Feb. 29, 2016

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Why are Difficult Conversations so Difficult?
Prof. Amy Reynolds (Psychology) & Dr. Sharon Mitchell (Counseling)
Apr. 13, 2016

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What Does Diversity Mean to You?
Prof. Dorothy Siaw-Asamoah (Management)
Mar. 7, 2016

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Unpacking and Negotiating Privilege.
Prof. Miller (Law / VPEI) & Dr. Andrew Stott (English/Undergrad Education)
Apr. 11, 2016

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Race and Privilege on Campus.
Prof. Raechele Pope & Dr. Nathan Daun-Barnett (Educational Leadership & Policy)
Mar. 23, 2016

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Off to College, But How Do You Pack Up Your Religion?
Prof. Rebecca French (Law)
Mar. 21, 2016

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Going to School in a Segregated City.
Pro. Carl Nightingale (Transnational Studies)
Mar. 9, 2016

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Teaching Islam from an Outsider's Perspective.
Prof. Walter Hakala (South Asian Languages & Literature)
Mar. 2, 2016

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Why Aren't There More Women in STEM Fields?
Prof. Amy Bisantz (Engineering)
Apr. 4, 2016