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Bystander to Upstander

Bystander to Upstander Sessions are participatory scenario-based sessions that provide opportunities for individuals to learn about and practice responses to incidents they might encounter in business, on campus, and in their daily lives. Unlike traditional diversity training, these activity-based workshops focus on real-time interventions. The sessions include general instruction in courageous listening and observing, as well as culturally-specific insights and role-playing exercises with tips and tactics for de-escalation, respectful intervention, and accountability.

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Collaborators, Project Type, Impacts, Related Projects

 


Collaborators 

Lead Organization: Diversity Council

Contact: Dee Sabol ; Email: TBD ; Phone: TBD

Known/Likely Collaborators: Diversity Council ; Rochester Community & Technical College

Potential Collaborators:


Related Projects

Diversity Council Civic Equity Focus Area ; Diversity Council Education Equity Plan


Impacts 

Major Impact:  Training

PlanScape Impacts :

Level 1: Diversity and Inclusion, Public Safety

Level 2: African American, Asian American and Pacific Islander, Native American, Latino, Individual

DMC Impacts:

Community Health Impacts:


Type of Project

Programming, Tooling  

 

 

 


Other Community News and Reports having impacts on:

Diversity and Inclusion, Public Safety  
December 04, 2023: DMC's BioRoch effort to Collaborate with MN MedTech 3.0
Video Clip of Discussion at DMCC Board Meeting about

MN MedTech 3.0 Description and Webinar

Reference: US DEA Tech Hub Awardees 

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December 03, 2023: 2023 Targeted Business Enterprise Utilization Plan Reports

2023 4Q: November; October

2023 3Q Reports: September; August, July reports

2023 2Q: June 2023 Report (featuring Nashauna Johnson-Lenoir Success);  April 2023 Communications; Equity in Built Environment Career: Mentors and Guest Speakers Wanted. 

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November 30, 2023: BIPOC Cohort Winter Food Drive
BIPOC Cohort Winter Food Drive on behalf of LifeGate Services. 

 

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November 15, 2023: Saint Paul & Minnesota Foundation
 FALL UPDATES: SUPPORTING THE NONPROFIT ECOSYSTEM

GET TO KNOW THESE INSPIRING FACING RACE AWARD RECIPIENTS Stream the 2023 Facing Race Awards

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November 10, 2023: CMRC Community Health Collaboraton Portal Application to Mayo Social Impact Grant
1. CMRC proposal was not selected for funding 2023-11-10 but it did receive strong consideration from Mayo social impact review panel. 

2. Community Health Collaboration Portal has been selected to second round and pitched to Mayo panel 2023-10-24. Pitch format to follow Mayo Clinic's Walleye Tank style. 

3. August CMRC meeting video recording

4. CMRC Coalition's submission to Mayo Social Innovation Grant: Proposal details and letters of support.

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November 01, 2023: CMR Outreach to community organizations to take up NIH Build Up Trust Grant

1. 2023-11-01 CMRC Convening a Checkpoint Meeting to gauge collaboration interests.

2. 2023-10-12 One Olmstead to take a lead;

3. Updates with CMRC,

4.  More info from NIH

5. Outreaches to Mayo, UMR and Olmsted County Public Health. 

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October 30, 2023: Southern Minnesota Initiative Foundation

1; Oct 2023 Inclusive and Equitable Communities Grant

2. 2019 impact report

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October 26, 2023: Trade Readiness

1. Empowering 11th-grade students

2. Trade Readiness: Message from program manager and program flyers; Trades Readiness Certificate program

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October 21, 2023: Rochester Area Volunteer Administration

  1. RAVA October 19 2023 Meeting Notes
  2. RAVA Meeting Notes: 6/15/2023 featuring inclusive language and use of pronouns; 2. 2021 survey announcement  
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October 10, 2023: Food, health and culture intersections: Community-Led, Health Equity Structural Intervention Initiative
1. NIH Announcing Awardees  2. Video Clip from CMRC August Meeting; 3. Scoring results from NIH;  4. Interim Status to  CMRC and grant supporters.

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October 02, 2023: Co-design City Council Study Session and September Co-design
October 2, 2023 City Council Study Session; September Co-design Meeting (Co-Design Preparation Guide, Pilot Co-Design Dashboard) 

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September 15, 2023: RPS Board Consider Updating District Equity Policy
RPS Board Study Session video recording; Proposed Equity Policy; PB Reporting

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August 28, 2023: Rochester Intercultural Economic Exchange (RICE)
A sample of video recordings of the  conference August 25, 2023 Health Bridge: US-China Health Industry Innovation Cooperation Conference

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August 22, 2023: DEED: Digital Opportunity Plan
Presentation Slides; Instructions to submit comments, Draft Digital Opportunity Plan; Public Comment Sessions--Family Service Rochester will be hosting one of the public comment sessions 

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Last modified by support on 2021/11/04
Created by kalun on 2015/01/12

 

 

 

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