Better Equipping Those Who Educate and Support Black Students

Classroom Diversity Advocates | Respond Like This

Looking to make a difference? Learn to speak up with assertiveness, but not aggression. If you speak well in public, it can help to raise awareness and educate others. Effective public speaking skills will help you to have many direct influences on the world around you, develop leadership skills, and becoming a go-to person for ideas and solutions.

People who take on public speaking opportunities can also gain added credibility. 

Classroom Diversity Advocates | Respond Like This

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Historically Underserved Students

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