Greg Artzner
Lynda Blankenship
Elizabeth Bloom
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Amy Crouse-Powers
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Paul Grondahl
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John La Rocca
Judy Lawson
Terry Leonino
Alice Lichtenstein
LYC Program of the NYSBA
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Veronique Martin
Alison Miller
Linda Miller
Richard Miller
Kathleen OConnell
Penny Perkins
Bonnie Persico
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Mary Rea
Mary Reed McCall
Mary Ann Ronconi
Bill Short
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Elizabeth Bloom

Elizabeth is currently a Professor of Education and an instructor of writing at Hartwick College. She is a social scientist and writer of fiction.


Diversity: Unpacking the Invisible Backpack

The first step toward celebrating diversity is in understanding how and why we think the way we do about issues of race, class, gender, and more. In this workshop students will become enlightened as they unpack the "invisible backpack" of privilege in dynamic small group, large group and individual activities. The workshop will culminate in students using their new found knowledge to create video public service announcements to bring back to their schools to help educate others.

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