Can we talk? The Labels and Language of Social Identities
Does the everyday language we use to talk about race, sexuality, disabilities, etc. perpetuate biases? Do we speak a common language regarding social identities or are we often mislabeling each other? Caucasian, crippled, queer…Words that are offensive to some, may be powerfully reclaimed by others. Bring your questions and be prepared to delve beyond “political correctness” to a deeper, more thoughtful way to talk about diversity.