Spring 2019 Featured Chapel Speakers
January 30: Sahr Mbriwa
February 6: Emily and Brett Mills
February 18: Kathy Khang
March 25: Christian Ethics and Masculinity Panel
Texas Consortium for Male Students of Color Institute
8:30 a.m. – 3:45 p.m.
Cashion 5th Floor
Baylor Law School, Room #127
In order to create a more caring community, we all need to recognize that we don’t know all there is to know. Let's engage in a journey of honest, reflective self-awareness and pursue a lifelong process of learning about different cultures and perspectives. Here are a few resources you can use to learn more about implicit bias and what ideas and thoughts you may be carrying with you on the journey:
Members of a caring community stand up for one another. We care about our neighbor more than our own interests. If you see an incident or situtation, report it.
Seek first to understand, then be understood.
If someone tells you about a microaggression they have experienced, believe them. They are trusting you and not believing their experience or belittling it can compound the harm.
You can leave your mark on someone's life by believing them and walking with them to the counseling center or sharing the website with them, so they can begin to heal from the hurt that can be caused by microaggressions:
Let's Talk : every Tuesday from 12:30-3:30 pm in the SUB, room 212