Stereotyped 101™ is program uniquely designed to educate and cultivate a sincere comprehension of the intersection of modern day diversity, but with a focus on Inversity™ - inclusion and introspection. Karith Foster, professional comedian and speaker, uses the perfect blend of humor, interactive audience participation and heartfelt personal stories to engage her audience and shed light on taboo and sensitive subjects that include but are not limited to racism, LGBTQIA issues, class-ism, even size-ism and the many other predispositions that fall into the realm of our unconscious bias. This high-energy presentation prompts people to not just think about how we view the world and ourselves but how to actively promote change.
I highly recommend Stereotyped 101 to any campus interested in opening up students, faculty, and staff to dialoguing about difference.”
-CSU Bakersfield, Crystal Becks, Coordinator for Campus Diversity Programming and Director of Student Housing
From a Resident Life perspective it ties into everything we do. We are always looking for ways to incorporate diversity and multiculturalism, especially when talking about tough issues like Stereotypes.
-Merrimack College, Sally Bertolino, Assistant Director of Residence Life
Karith was intelligent, compassionate, well-organized, funny, and comfortable interacting with audience…. After the presentation was over students stayed about 45 minutes to 1 hour to interact with Karith to ask questions (our students never do that, they are generally racing for the door after such discussions).”