NASPA
2019 NASPA Annual Conference

Emotional Labor Within a Hostile Climate: Increasing Capacity of men of Color

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Emotional labor is the double-burden of supporting the emotional well-being of students of color while surviving one's own oppressive environments. Amidst ever-hostile campus climates for communities of color, it is imperative to recognize emotional labor as valid work while honoring this work often falls on women and femme-identified people. Through dialogue, personal reflection, and critical analysis, we invite men of color to examine the ways they can better engage in emotional labor alongside women and femme-identified colleagues of color.

Additional registration required
When

Saturday, March 9
9:00 am to 12:00 pm

Where

303AB
LA Convention Center

Presented by

Alejandro Covarrubias, Assistant Professor, University of San Francisco
Gabe Javier, Assistant Dean of Students, Director of the Multicultural Student Center, Univeristy of Wisconsin - Madison
Manuel Alejandro Perez, Interim Assistant Vice President for Equity & Community Inclusion, San Francisco State University