InclusiveMU Ambassadors

InclusiveMU Ambassadors are student employees who assist the Office of Diversity and Inclusion with creating a campus environment that is inclusive for all identities through research, presentation development, and workshop facilitation on topics related to diversity, inclusion, and social justice.
 

Which Presentation are you requesting?

  • 1) From the Courthouse to the Classroom: Breeding Grounds for Institutional Racism
    “Courthouse to the Classroom: Breeding Grounds for Institutional Racism” showcases how various and influential institutional racism can be by presenting it in three scenarios: education, business, and the prison system. Audience members will be given the foundation of understanding of what institutional racism is and how it exists in their society.
  • 2) Media Political Socialization: How TV and Film Fuel the “isms”
    “Media Political Socialization: How TV and Film Fuel the “isms”” defines media-political socialization and how it fuels and correlates with our unconscious biases such as Islamophobia, homophobia, and xenophobia. Audience members will learn the different ways media employs tactics that influence the perception of various marginalized communities in society using popular TV and film examples.

 
 

Current InclusiveMU Ambassadors

Belen Robbins

Belen Robbins (she/her)
Psychology
Jefferson City, Mo.

Salsabel Fares

Salsabel Fares (she/her/hers)
Communication
Florissant, Mo.

 
More topics coming soon!

If you have any questions about InclusiveMU Ambassadors or presentations please contact Chinyere Turner in the Office of Diversity and Inclusion at cturner2@maryville.edu for more information.

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