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Additional resources for inclusive language

Inclusive language promotes respectful and accepting interactions. Language has a powerful impact on shaping ideas, perceptions and attitudes, and should be accurate, fair and respectful. Language is not static; it is constantly evolving.

Support materials. The following video clips may assist in facilitating discussion about inclusive language:

Introduction and context

Amanda Marshall’s “Everybody’s Got a Story” video

Words shape our beliefs.                                

TedTalk:  Chimamanda Adichi’s Single Story 3:00-4:50

Infographics:        Inclusive Language:  Ethno-Cultural, Racial and Faith

                           Inclusive Language:  Aboriginal Peoples

Question:  What is new information or what stands out for you?

                                                                                    

Words shape our beliefs and our belief in ourselves.

YouTube clip:  Hannah

Infographics:        Inclusive Language:  Disabilities

                           Inclusive Language:  Appearance, Age, Socio-Economic Status

Question:  How does the use of inclusive language relate to your role?

  

Words can be powerful.

Ellen and Anderson Cooper talk show chat on the use of “that’s so gay”.    

Infographics:        Inclusive Language:  Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity

                           Inclusive Language:  Gender

Question:  How, in your role, can you support the use of more Inclusive language in our schools/workplace?

 

 



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