In this nine-hour workshop, participants learn a humane technology for developing anti-stereotyping relationships with cultural Others.

Spring Faculty/Staff Workshop

March 26, 28, April 2, 2–5 p.m.

Spring Student Workshop

April 4, 9, 11, 5–8 p.m.

“Humane technology” because the workshop progresses through nine specific steps, each of which builds on the others.

“Humane” technology” because the steps empower you to connect personally.

“Anti-stereotyping” because the connections are between individuals.

The workshop addresses:

  • Both interpersonal and systemic challenges and solutions
  • Issues of intersectionality (race/class/gender/sexual identity)
  • The U.S. historical context of whiteness
  • Specific listening and speaking guidelines and skills

Participants will work with their own FREE COPY of Personal Communicating and Racial Equity, 2e (2017), and the workshop will be facilitated by the book’s author, who brings 40 years of experience as university administrator, professor, consultant, and researcher.

Registration is required. Use the registration form below. Contact Jeremy Payne for any questions, comments, or necessary accommodations at