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Thursday, November 16, 2017

6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Friday, November 17, 2017

9:00 am - 4:00 pm


Before October 20 - $100

After October 20 - $125

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Dr. Bryan K. Hotchkins, Presenter

Dr. Hotchkins is one of the rising intellectual vices in the nation on the subject of navigating cultural difference. Having struggled to manage his own path, Dr. Hotchkins shares not only his personal story, but also his research, which examines how students of color achieve academic success by negotiating racial and gender identities. While he primarily coaches students of color about successfully graduating from high school and college, he has counsel for teachers, administrators, faulty and parents who want to better understand how to empower their students to persist.

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Bryan has been an activist and champion for social justice since his days as a youth when he started Oklahoma’s first magazine for Black youth called Hip Hop Headz. His desire to create communal opportunities led to The V(i)llage (2013), a leadership development bridge program for self-identifying Black and inclusion-minded students.

Over the past few years, he has actively worked with the University of Arizona Medical School, University of Utah, Rowland Hall St Mark’s School, Texas Tech University and the National Black Graduate Student Association. As a professor he is the author of published educational articles where he problematizes how African American males navigate racial classroom microaggressions.

Dr. Hotchkins is currently an Assistant Professor at Texas Tech University in the Educational Psychology and Leadership Department. He has a PhD in Educational Leadership and Policy from the University of Utah and also holds degrees from University of Oklahoma and Southern Methodist University. 

About the Training​

The overarching goal of this training is to move participants beyond pre-conceived notions of similarity to acceptance of individual difference in an effort to empower the participants to be successful in the social justice work.

In the training participants will...

*  Better understand position, privilege and power with the organization;

*  Understand the value of intersectionality and multidimensionality while using holistic and buffered leadership;

*  Learn how to work with diverse populations;

*  Use diversity to enhance the skill set of colleagues.

Register before October 20, 2017 for discounted rate

Final Deadline -  November 10, 2017

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Our Services

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Who should attend

Administrators, Clergy, Counselors, Community Workers, Social Workers, Teachers and anyone interested in social justice work


Pre-registration is required and can be completed online by clicking the link above.  Final Deadline:  November 10, 2017

CEU's and Certificates

CEU’S: Approved—Christian Church in Oklahoma

Pending— Oklahoma State Social Work Licensing Board

Certificate of Attendance will be given to all registered attendees

Total eight (8) hours—Eight (7) training hours plus one (1) hour ethics.

Hotel Accommodations

Wyndam Hotel - 10918 East 41st St, Tulsa, Ok

Phone:  (918) 627-5000  

Rates: $84 + tax - King or Double  (breakfast included)

Ref: Social Justice Training