Monday, Oct 10, 2022, 6:00 pm ET / 3:00 pm PT
This seminar will present the opportunity to share your voice with others and to look deeply into your own soul and spirit. You will individually and collectively discover the roots of multicultural diversity in your own life from the beginning to now. Amid these unprecedented times, we still become disengaged, discombobulated, and denigrate those who do not look like us; act like us; or believe in the same faith factors. This class affords you the opportunity to seek and explore openness and inclusiveness in the teaching and learning process of multicultural diversity.
ASSIGNMENT: Prior to class on Oct 10, please read the poem attached and then write your own poem or prayer related to multiculturalism and diversity. (See below to upload your assignment via this portal.)
Patricia Anne Wilson-Cone, Multicultural Diversity: Opening Our Hearts (Bloomington, IN: Xlibris, 2019), xxi.
Na’im Akbar, The Community of Self (Tallahassee, FL: Mind Productions, 1985), 26-32.
Howard Thurman, “The Growing Edge,” in A Strange Freedom: The Best of Howard Thurman on Religious Experience and Public Life (Boston: Beacon Press, 1999).