Stereotyping has long been considered a potential source of inequality for diverse social groups within our community and across the nation. Stereotypes can form and be persistent for a variety of reasons. Join us as we explore the origins of stereotyping, possible consequences and strategies to reduce its negative impact. Learn how to enhance your awareness of implicit preferences and stereotypes, along with approaches to tackle explicit stereotyping in our society.
Ricardo Broach, MSN, RN, PMHNP-BC, APNP,
16th Street Community Health Centers; Coordinator of Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner Program, Alverno College
Inshirah Farhoud, MSN, RN, CPNP, APNP, PMHS
Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin; Serves on the Department of Health and Human Services Minority Health Leadership Council for the State of Wisconsin
Rev. Patrick Keen, DMin
Senior Pastor, Our Savior’s Lutheran Church, Milwaukee, WI;
promoter of social justice and public health. His church is recognized as a RIC Congregation, welcoming LGBT brothers & sisters; Home to the Central City Churches Food Pantry
Kris Vasquez, PhD
Professor of Psychology, Alverno College; Reviewer for Journal of Cultural Psychology and the journal Cultural Diversity & Ethnic Minority Psychology
Register below for our March Forum.
General Forum Information
The Alverno Forum invites the Greater Milwaukee community to engage in respectful dialogue and common effort for the public good. A variety of topics — all relevant to local needs and committed to Alverno’s philosophy of seeking broad perspective — are addressed during the school year, and each Forum is led by one of Alverno’s four schools: Arts and Sciences, Business, Education, and Nursing.
Join us for lively evening discussions, free and open to the public! Register below.
All Forums begin at 6:00 p.m. at Alverno College. For more information, call the Institute for Educational Outreach at 414-382-6087 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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