Cultural Well-being

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Cultural Well-being is the ability to practice and celebrate both your own and others’ experiences, beliefs, traditions, and values. Being culturally well allows you to acknowledge and respect the impact and intersection of varying aspects of diversity among yourself and others.

Ways to engage your cultural well-being during the virtual learning period:

Utilize Campus Resources

  • Report a Bias Incident
    • The Office for Diversity, Equity, and Community Engagement recognizes that the COVID-19 crisis has put a spotlight on inequity and hatred in our nation and in the world. Members of the GW community may also report any bias-related experiences during this period of virtual learning through the Bias Incident Online Reporting Form.

Virtual Resources 

  • Podcasts
  • Videos
    • Overcoming Bias
      • "Overcoming bias is not about perfection but about connection". Verna Myers encourages us to walk boldly towards our biases in order to overcome them in her dynamic TedTalk.

Additional Cultural Well-being Resources