Stop by the Secular and Humanist Community tents (vendor spots 83-87) along the fence at Livingston street. Meet leaders and members from BE. Orlando, Black Nonbelievers of Metro Orlando, Central Florida Freethought Community, Florida Atheists Critical Thinkers and Skeptics (F.A.C.T.S), Florida Humanist Association Conference (FreeFlo), Generation Atheist, Hispanic American Freethinkers, and the UCF Secular Student Alliance.
At the Artist Heroes project tent we’ll have wolf pup ambassadors from In Harmony With Nature sanctuary and volunteers from the sanctuary to help with the project! Stop by and meet a wolf!
We wanted to share this unique (and free) professional development opportunity with our members and friends: Join a workshop at UCF exploring faith and non-faith diversity issues that impact us and those around us in our professional and personal encounters. Diversity training enhances the skill of creating inclusion for all. Consideration of the diverse worldviews around us can increase customers and employee satisfaction and improve our personal connections and relationships.
Explore topics such as considering the faith diversity around us, what is meant by minority perspectives, assumptions we make when someone states their faith perspective, statistical trends, cultural biases, experiences of those potentially marginalized because of their faith or non-faith perspective, and how you are empowered to help create inclusive spaces for all.
Email workshop facilitator, firstname.lastname@example.org
Secular and Religious Minority Awareness Saturday, August 1st, 2:30 – 4:30 University of Central Florida, Teaching Academy This session is open to public attendance
All participants at the August 1st session will receive a certificate of attendance. Those completing this workshop are eligible to register (optional) as part of the UCF SRMA and national Secular Safe Zone Allies network. UCF employees will have attendance documented through MyUCF for professional development records and 2.0 diversity credits for participating UCF divisions.
SRMA is: A discussion about creating a respectful environment for people of all faith and non-faith perspectives.
SRMA is NOT: A debate about faith, or a promotion of any faith or non-faith perspective.