BAM-Best Advocacy Movement online training is about helping you grow and expand your multicultural understanding. You will learn about diversity and how to be an active advocate and leader for social change. Please make a splash in this project with us at the CWC! During this training you will complete activities and watch video clips about interesting topics, answer questions to expand your multicultural understanding, and have opportunities for self-reflection.
So… get ready for BAM!!

Amid the increasing diversity in the U.S., racial unrest, and social and health disparities, engaging in advocacy is vital. BAM! is a 4-week workshop series for students to grow and expand multicultural understanding and support one another at UF. Workshops will include videos, experiential activities, and dialogue on:

Week 1| Multicultural Identities
Week 2| Power and Privilege
Week 3| Oppression
Week 4| Advocacy

Providers: Drs. Saloni Taneja, & Zully Rivera Ramos

FRIDAYS, 1-3pm

April 2, April 9, April 16, & April 23

RSVP to Workshops

Note: To enhance comprehensive and cumulative understanding, participants will be required to commit to attending all 4 workshops. To ensure connection and safety as we engage in these topics, participants will be expected to keep their Zoom video on.
Hurry! Only 10 registration spots per workshop!
Staff and faculty workshops are available upon request!

For more information, contact:
Zully Rivera Ramos, PhD- zriverara@ufl.edu, Sneha Pitre, PhD- spitre@ufl.edu, Saloni Taneja, PsyD- saloni.taneja@ufl.edu