Privilege Workshop Evaluation - 2nd workshop - Yuma

What was most helpful about this workshop?

  • “Being exposed to so many other people’s experiences and perspectives”
  • “Modeling of strategies, exercises that increased knowledge and perspectives on the topic”
  • “Talking about differences”
  • “More understanding of others”
  • “Dialogue”
  • “New perspective in way of thinking”
  • “Conversations with people of different backgrounds”
  • “Broached the topic and started down a path of…”
  • “Several of--open dialogue and engagement. Facilitator empathy and level of knowledge”
  • “I loved discussing topics such as this and do so often at home. Very good info, and I would have marked ‘Extremely Better’ if I wasn’t already engaged.”—Paul

What was least helpful about this workshop?

  • “Dr. Clark.—Too absolute and certain, disrupted the participation tone (content was okay; it was the style)”
  • “I wish we had more time”
  • “Liked it all”
  • “Nothingà Super Great!”

How useful was this workshop?

  • Extremely useful - 8
  • Very useful - 2
  • Not very useful - 0
  • Not useful at all - 0

To what extent do you have a better understanding of everyday manifestations of privilege and ways to combat them?

  • Extremely better - 5
  • Much better - 3
  • Slightly better - 2
  • Not better at all - 0

General Feedback:

  • “I was very pleased that I decided to attend. Thought well done and much food for thought.”
  • “Thought-provoking.”
  • “The event was very well planned and thoughtfully executed. This topic is something that we may ponder internally and are rarely offered the opportunity to share openly with others. I hope to see more events like this in Yuma.”
  • "It was so wonderful! All of it, the drive, the workshop, the lunch, meeting you Dr. Neal Lester, et. al.! It was a great Saturday in Yuma with the Yumans and I look forward to your next workshop! Thank you for creating the space for it to happen."-- -Melissa Farmer, ASU graduate student
  • "And the experience was really powerful. So glad we were able to make it."—Dr. Amira de la Garza, ASU Professor of Human Communication