References for Communication

Communication: Readings and Resources

Advancement Project, n.d., The Social Justice Phrase Guide (

Lumen Learning, n.d., Facilitating Discussions about Intercultural Communication Issues (

LinkedIn, 2018,  LinkedIn learning Video: Communicating about Culturally Sensitive Issues (

LWTECH, n.d., Discussion Starters (

Özlem Sensoy and Robin DiAngelo, n.d., Respect Differences? Challenging the Common Guidelines in Social Justice Education, (

Dr. Rajiv Jhangiani and Dr. Hammond Tarry, n.d., Categorization and Stereotyping (

LWTECH, n.d., Responding to triggers (

American Psychological Association, 2019, What Are Microaggressions? (

Focused Arts Media Education, 2017, Video: Microaggressions in the Classroom (

University of Minnesota, n.d., Examples of Microaggressions (

OpenStax CNX, n.d., Introduction to Sociology 2e (

First-Day Activity

Therese Huston, 2012, “Teaching What You Don’t Know,” (

Becoming Aware of Unconscious Bias – Human Resources Class

TedTalk, 2019,  Jennefer Witter: How Prejudiced Are You? Recognizing and Combating Unconscious Bias | TED Talk (

Jathan Janove, 2019, Putting Humanity into HR Compliance: Become Aware of Unconscious Bias (

Barriers to Effective Listening and Implicit Bias in Customer Service Class

AMACOM, n.d., Barriers to Effective Listening    KYSO_Act34_pgs118-121.pdf

AMACOM, n.d., It’s a Small World      KYSO_Act58_pgs200-201.pdf

UCLA, n.d.,  Series of Videos (

Harvard University, n.d., The Implicit Association Test. (

University of Southern California, n.d.,  “Diversity Toolkit: A Guide to Discussing Identity, Power and Privilege” (

Fishbowl Activity

Wikipedia, n.d., Fishbowl_(conversation) (

Beth Kanter, 2015, Trainer’s Notebook: Fishbowl Facilitation Technique (

Learning for Justice, n.d., Fishbowl (

Diversity in Design Classes

High Resolution, 2017, video of de Los Reyes on diversity (

Survey Monkey, n.d.,  a reader from Survey Monkey (

Bronwen Rees, 2017, Article from (

Pamela Rosario Peréz, 2017, reader (

BARNGA: Simulation Game for Communication Exercise

University of Michigan, n.d., BARGNA   (

University of Michigan, 2017, How to Facilitate the Barnga Activity in Your Classroom (

University of Michigan, 2017, Barnga Tournament Guidesheet and Discussion Guidesheet (

University of Michigan, 2017, Barnga Card Game Rules (

University of Michigan, 2017, Video: How to Facilitate the Barnga Activity in Your Classroom (

University of Michigan, 2017, Rules Sheets (

University of Michigan, 2017, Tournament Guidesheets (

Recognizing Misleading Graphs: An Exercise and Discussion

Slow Reveal Graphs, n.d., Incarceration in the US (

Slow Reveal Graphs, n.d., Graph Related to a Social Justice Issue (

Early Childhood Education: Representation of Diverse Identities in Children’s Books

Social Justice Books, 2018, Diversity in Children’s Books Graphic Distribution

Using Cartoons to Reflect on Bias in Science

The Oatmeal, n.d., Believe (

Bias and Identity

Christy M. Byrd, 2020, The Social Identity Wheel activity (

Harvard University, n.d., Project Implicit (Harvard) (

Skills for Inclusive Conversations

LinkedIn, n.d., “Skills for inclusive conversations” (

Student’s Personal Learning Objectives

TestOut, n.d., TestOut Website (

TestOut, n.d., TestOut Login      (

Designing a Just City

Innovation Hub, 2021, “Designing a Just City”, Elizabeth Ross (

Expectations for Online Engagement – Examples

LWTECH, n.d., Student Code of Conduct      (

Jake Dold, 2013, Discussion Board Etiquette (

Byuicurdev, 2012, Discussion Board Netiquette (

Acknowledge Your Biases – A discussion about implicit biases

Harvard University, n.d., Test your Implicit Associations (

Harvard University, n.d.,  Read more about the background and context (


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