Tawan’s diversity programs are designed to challenge individuals to understand themselves and others. They also help participants begin to better understand privilege, oppression, and social responsibility.
Tawan’s diversity programs are perfect for:
- Student Leadership Conferences and Events
- Black History Month Programs
- MLK Day Programs
- Women’s History Month
- Classroom Presentations
- Diversity Programs
- College Preparation Programs
- First Year Experience Programs
- Greek Events and Programs
- Residence Life Programs
Me, Myself, and Identity
It’s not just about embracing differences, but embracing our own identity. Can an individual make meaning of the terms “diversity” “social justice” or “multiculturalism” when they are still discovering who they are? Learning to recognize and acknowledge your preconceived notions, instilled biases, and incorrect prejudices is an ongoing process. To do so, we must first examine ourselves. This interactive program will explore personal identity, privilege, oppression, and how to connect with others even when you don’t think you have anything in common.
Perfect for: Residence Life Training, Student Leadership Conference, Black History Month Programs
Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King: A Reflection of Leadership and Mentorship
Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King was perhaps one of the most famous leaders in American history. Taking into account King’s words and actions, as well as the effect he had on people who heard him, this program gives a brief glimpse into Martin Luther King’s life and what his leadership, mentorship, and legacy means for present day America.
What has King’s legacy really taught us? What can we do each day to ensure that King’s legacy is still kept alive? This program addresses these questions and more in an engaging, vibrant fashion with plenty of room for discussion.
Perfect for: MLK Day Programs, Black History Month Programs, Diversity Programs
Program Duration/Format: This program can be delivered as a 40 minute keynote or hour workshop.