Because we live in a society distinguished by unequal relationships across age, race, gender, class, sexual orientation, able-bodyness/disability and other isms, we constantly navigate the dynamics of oppression and privilege (external and internalized) - whether we are aware of it or not.
Join Dr. Ken Hardy, as he helps us to understand these issues and more as part of the UC Berkeley School of Public Health sponsored 2012 Isms Collaborative Conference, "Healing the Wounds of Internalized Oppression and Internalized Privilege: Building Hope and Change in Our Health Organizations."
In this video, Dr. Hardy helps us understand:
- The impact of these issues on us individually and how they “show up” in our workplaces/organizations
- Our multiple identities and experiences of both oppression and privilege
- How we can be allies for each other in dealing with these issues
- The structural aspects of power dynamics