Equity and Inclusion Workshop

As a component of Strategic Initiative Four: Commitment to Equity and Inclusion, and as a follow up to the online equity and inclusion training modules you completed at the end of the fall semester, the President's Board of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion is excited to invite full-time faculty and staff to an all-day workshop with Lee Mun Wah. Join us on Friday, February 21, 2020 to learn how we can all support our colleagues and students with cultural humility. Below is the schedule of the interactive day.

Schedule for the February 21, 2020

  • 8 - 8:30 a.m. Continental Breakfast (Frazier Hall)
  • 8:30 - 9 a.m. Opening and Overview of the Day (Frazier Hall)
  • 9 a.m. - Noon Lee Mun Wah (Frazier Hall)
  • Noon - 1 p.m. Working Lunch (Lunch is provided-Frazier Hall)
  • 1 - 4 p.m. Lee Mun Wah (Frazier Hall)
  • 4 - 5:30 p.m. Reception and Connecting Concepts (Drinks and light appetizers-Wyatt Lobby)

About Lee Mun Wah

Lee Mun WahLee Mun Wah is an internationally renowned Chinese American author, poet, educator, therapist, and master diversity trainer. For more than 25 years he was a resource specialist and counselor in the San Francisco Unified School District. Lee Mun Wah is the Executive Director of Stirfry Seminars & Consulting, a diversity training company that provides educational tools and workshops on issues pertaining to cross-cultural communication and awareness.

He has directed and produced multiple award winning documentaries, including The Color of Fear, exploring the intersectionality of identities such as gender, ability, sexuality, and race. The Oprah Winfrey show did a one-hour special on Lee Mun Wah’s life and work that was seen by over 15 million viewers internationally.

It is Lee Mun Wah’s belief that we cannot wait until tomorrow for some charismatic leader to appear who will bring us all together. We each must take a stand and personally participate in this important journey of confronting our fears and beginning a conversation not only with those we love but also with those we have been taught to fear. We cannot continue being separate and unequal without there being a cost to each and every generation.

For additional information please visit: Lee Mun Wah's website