Under the direction of Dr. Carol J. Maples, the Giving Voice troupe uses an engaging approach to address the many facets of cultural competence and bring diversity training to a whole new level. This workshop will use a performance forum to address issues of oppression, including microaggressions. Courageous conversations help audiences move from challenges to strategies.
January 27, 2015
Plaster Student Union, 313
This event is free and open to the public.
Please RSVP at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (417) 836-3059
Refreshments provided by Division for Diversity & Inclusion
Dr. Carol J. Maples is an Associate Professor in the Department of Theatre and Dance and Director of Giving Voice, a nationally recognized interactive theatre troupe that addresses various issues of diversity, oppression and microaggressions. Giving Voice has presented forums for high schools, universities, national conferences and international companies. Dr. Maples has trained at the Mandala Center for Change and facilitates Giving Voice forums to helpbegin the courageous conversations needed to improve daily lives in educational, business and community settings.