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Understanding Microaggression in the Wake of the Covid-19 Pandemic, the #BlackLivesMatter (#BLM) Movement & Following Recent SCOTUS Decisions on Title VII Cases & What We Can Do to Effectuate Positive Change

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Date Published

September 24, 2020


Bucks County Bar Association




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Judge Clyde Waite, Committee Chair Tiffany Thomas-Smith Esq., Bucks County District Attorney Matthew D. Weintraub & The Peace Center's Director of Community Programming Gayle Evans present the first in a series of 4 diversity & inclusion CLE's that will take place throughout the summer & fall that will address the issue of microaggression & the impact it has on how we conduct ourselves in Court. This CLE will provide an overall explanation of the evolution of microaggression & the impact on African Americans, Asian Americans & the LGBTQ+ community.

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Hon. Clyde W. Waite

The Honorable Clyde W. Waite has served on the Court of Common Pleas of BucksCounty since 2004. Judge Waite attended Howard... Read More

Gayle Evans

Gayle Evans is a peace educator for Respecting Me, Respecting You and the GirlsUnlimited program at The Peace Center in... Read More

Matthew D. Weintraub

Bucks County District Attorney Matt Weintraub is an Upper Southampton native withover a quarter-century of prosecutorial... Read More

Steven E. Heath
Detective Sergeant - Northampton Township Police Department

Detective Sergeant Steven E. Heath has been an officer with the NorthamptonTownship Police Department since May 1996. He... Read More

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Program Titles and Supporting Materials

This program contains the following components:

Video Presentation
Microaggressions - Recognition & Response
Microaggressions List and Meanings
Microaggressions Recognition and Response PowerPoint
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