NCORE Notes from June 10
Applying an intersectionality approach to campus situations. Think about how this may
be used in your situations at work, home, etc Resistance & Denial
Intersectionality uses newer models of social identity (race, gender, sexual o
NCORE Notes from June 9
Time & Hugh Vasquez discuss the Arizona Immigration Law
This session was packed with emotion by the audience, because of the racial climate of
the country taking place over immigration.
Read the essay Walking While Brown, by Hugh V
NCORE Notes from June 8
Learning in 4-Directions: An Indigenous Model for Multicultural Teaching and
Learning by Ryan Comfort
Let us put our minds together and see what life will make for our children.-Tatanka
Iyotanka (Sitting Bull)
There are two kinds e
NCORE Notes from June 7
Keynote Tim Wise, Leading Anti-Racism Educator
Colorblindness and its Consequences: How Ignoring Race Deepens the Racial Divide
1. White denial has a long pedigree of denial and ignorance, and cannot be considered on
the same level
NCORE Notes from June 6
Am I Indigenous Enough? The Relationship between Indigenous Leadership and
Dominant Culture by Dr. Catherine Pulkinen
This session was number 3 I attended. The quotes speak volumes to me
All those little acts of defiance, those are
NCORE Notes from June 5
Student Panel-5 Native students from different tribes across the country
Students were all in agreement with the fact that colleges and universities need to be
more actively involved in seeking the recruitment of Native students.
NCORE Notes from June 4
St. Benedict and St. Johns University has an excellent program called Intercultural Leadership
and Educational Development or I-LEAD. The program engages and supports historically
underrepresented, high achieving first generation c
NCORE Notes from June 3
Retention-Now can you keep them?
Talk story The number one reason students drop out of college is because of money.
Connect students with a Financial Aid Educator; this is different than an F/A specialist.
This could be a Part-Time
NCORE Notes from June 1
June 1, 2010-Best Practices on the Recruitment and Retention of Students of Color
Facilitator/Consultant-Robert Page, Jr
Consultant work is living and leaving a legacy.
It takes a campus to graduate a student.
NCORE Notes from June 2
Multicultural Center student/staff
Admissions-Funnel & stages
Time spent on campus is effective
Summer programs do work
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