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  • AMST 3000 Certificate in Civic Inclusion
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    America Indivisible, in partnership with ReligionAndPublicLife.org, awards the America Indivisible Civic Inclusion Certificate to those who complete the course collection, AMST 3000 Civic Inclusion. The curriculum explores the impact of racialized anti-Muslim bigotry on communities who are Muslim and perceived to be Muslim the role civic leaders can play in addressing this phenomenon. Skills: Analytical Thinking, Civil Dialogue, Community Engagement, Cultural Literacy, Diversity & Inclusion, Empathy, Legal Literacy, Media Literacy, Policymaking, Public Service, Religious Literacy, Resiliency Time: Non-Credit: 15 hours for 1 Certificate Level: College, Graduate, Professional Development
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  • AMST 3002 Envision Civics as an Antidote to Prejudice
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    Civic health is an antidote to bigotry. Explore inspiring stories of communities and leaders who, despite a heightened climate of anti-Muslim bigotry, successfully built inclusive practices and policies, led collaborative actions, and fostered diverse public engagement to improve their community. Skills: Analytical Thinking, Civil Dialogue, Community Engagement, Cultural Literacy, Diversity & Inclusion, Empathy, Religious Literacy, Resiliency Time: Non-Credit 3 hours Level: College, Graduate, Professional Development
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  • AMST 3003 Explore Religious, Cultural, and Legal Literacy
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    Explore the diversity of practices, beliefs, and perspectives within hate-impacted religious and cultural groups across the U.S. and in your community. Learn frameworks that help explain the religious, cultural, and legal dimensions of American communities. Examine the diversity of religious and cultural groups, and those impacted by anti-Muslim bigotry in particular, and how to grow your knowledge as a way to challenge hate proactively. Skills: Analytical Thinking, Civil Dialogue, Community Engagement, Diversity & Inclusion, Empathy, Legal Literacy, Religious Literacy Time: Non-Credit 3 hours Level: College, Graduate, Professional Development
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  • AMST 3006 Implement Your Inclusion Initiative
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  • BUS 804 Faith@Work: Religious Literacy in Business
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  • BUS 805 Faith@Work: Religious Accommodations in the Workplace
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  • EAV 300 Virtues in the Public Square
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    Virtues in the Public Square is an education initiative of the Religious Freedom Institute. The curriculum draws on the insights of two dozen scholars of Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. The lessons translate the classical traditions of virtue for modern audiences. Rooted in the transformative power of Love and in service to the greater public, the project is a potent antidote to rising political strife and polarization. The curriculum models how our many spiritual paths can overlap to collectively forge a common good.

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  • HIST 300 Certificate in Religion in Early America
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  • HUM 300 Certificate in Oral History for Social Change
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    The Institute for Diversity and Civic Life, in partnership with ReligionAndPublicLife.org, awards the Certificate in Oral History for Social Change for those who complete HUM 300. The Institute for Diversity and Civic Life is a non-profit organization that creates more inclusive public spaces through storytelling, research, and education. Skills: Analytical Thinking, Cultural Literacy, Diversity, Empathy, Oral History, Research, Resilience Non-Credit: 15 hours for 1 Certificate Credit: Use the LiveChat to speak with your advisor about completing 45 hours of research to earn three college credits for completing this certificate program. Level: College, Graduate, Professional Development
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  • HUM 301 Introduction to Oral History
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    Oral History is an accessible research methodology that provides everyday stories with a place in the historical record. In this interactive course, you will uncover the origins of oral history as a distinct research methodology and learn what steps you need to take to begin your project. You will also discover the ways the Institute for Diversity and Civic Life uses oral history as a means to explore the diversity of lived religions in Texas. Skills: Analytical Thinking, Cultural Literacy, Diversity, Empathy, Oral History, Research, Resilience Time: Non-Credit: 3 hours Level: College, Graduate, Professional Development
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  • HUM 302 Oral History and Social Justice
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    Oral History is a tool for documenting and preserving marginalized stories that would otherwise go unheard. This course will teach you how to use oral history as a method and tool for social justice and social change. You will delve into the many ethical concerns of oral history projects and learn how to approach them with care, compassion, and trauma awareness. Finally, you will examine the work of influential scholars, practitioners, and projects to help you evaluate the many ways oral history may promote social change. Skills: Analytical Thinking, Cultural Literacy, Diversity, Empathy, Oral History, Research, Resilience Time: Non-Credit: 3 hours Level: College, Graduate, Professional Development
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  • HUM 303 Oral History Project Planning
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    In this course, you will cultivate the skills required to design an ethically-guided oral history project. You will reflect on what you hope to learn from your project and build a plan that satisfies your goals. You will develop interview strategies, prepare for your first encounters with potential narrators, and review the Formal Agreement (or Release Forms) needed to conduct oral history interviews. This course will empower you to
    • Design an oral history project and plan for its organization, accountability and ethical integrity;
    • Recognize the necessary components of Formal Agreements (or Release Form) and learn about informed consent;
    • Prepare an interview guide and identify and secure interviewees; and
    • Conduct pre-interviews and background research.
    Skills: Analytical Thinking, Cultural Literacy, Diversity, Empathy, Research, Resilience Time: Non-Credit: 3 hours Level: College, Graduate, Professional Development
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