Three Ways to Support Marginalized Students to Cultivate Embodied Authenticity
Beth Berila is a yoga teacher, a feminist, a teacher. She integrates yoga and meditation with her feminist work to create an embodied social justice. She LOVES teaching because her students constantly remind her that radical social change is both possible and inevitable. She has partnered with the Yoga and Body Image Coalition and Off the Mat, Into the World to address issues of inclusion in U.S. yoga culture. Beth is the author of Integrating Mindfulness into Anti-Oppression Pedagogy: Social Justice in Higher Education (Routledge). Beth teaches at St. Cloud State University, where she is Director of the Women’s Studies Program.
Three Causes of Stereotyping and Prejudice in Children and Three Ways to Minimize These Biases
Rebecca S. Bigler received a B.A. from Oberlin College and Ph.D. from The Pennsylvania State University before joining the faculty at UT-Austin in 1991. Ze studies the causes and consequences of social stereotyping and prejudice among children, with a particular focus on gender and racial attitudes. Ze has worked to develop and test intervention strategies aimed at reducing children’s social stereotyping and intergroup biases. Hir work has appeared in top journals in the field of developmental psychology (Monographs of the Society for Research in Child Development, Developmental Psychology).