Teen Workshop: Identifying and Interrupting Microaggressions

Merriam-Webster defines a microaggression as: "a comment or action that subtly and often unconsciously or unintentionally expresses a prejudiced attitude toward a member of a marginalized group (such as a racial minority)"

Teens, join us for this not to be missed workshop on identifying and interrupting microaggressions. 

Learn how to effectively intervene when you witness a microaggression. Participants in this training will gain the tools to identify a microaggression and will learn how to challenge, confront, and question a microaggression while being a thoughtful and proactive ally to those impacted. Ages 13-18 only. Click here to sign up.

This virtual presentation will be held online through Zoom (video conferencing platform). The library will be sending a Zoom link the morning of the program. We suggest logging onto Zoom 5 minutes early, so that we can start on time.

Additionally, please note that this program will NOT be recorded or streamed to the library's Facebook page.

Check out this list of Teen titles all about how to be anti-racist: 

Teen Issues - How to be Anti-Racist @ SCCLD

List created by SCCLD LIBRARIANS FOR TEENS

Stay informed with some important Teen and Adult non-fiction titles regarding racism, and how it can be combatted in our society today. See the end of this list for additional relevant resources.











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