About This Show
Amplifying the voices of college inclusion innovators in higher education. The Resilient Campus Podcast is a weekly source of resilience, created in response to college professionals experiencing burnout and exhaustion doing college inclusion and social justice work. Host, Dr. Saby Labor, will interview coaches and influencers to strengthen our daily mindset so that we can sustain this work collectively. Whether you have diversity and inclusion in your professional responsibilities or you work in another functional area and build campus movements because that's just who you are - this podcast is for you.Read more »
Most Recent Episode
Dian Squire “Towards Revolutionizing Our Mind and Nourishing Our Creative Spirit”
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In this episode, Dian drops a ton of wisdom about the need for creativity, imagination, and risk-taking to address issues of social justice. He echoes the work of Grace Lee Boggs, to revolutionize our minds and offers questions and strategies to nourish a creative spirit. Dian offers a response to dialogues about self-care and draws connections to resources in the field of leisure studies that offer alternative frameworks. He shares more about his work today that aims to humanize black folx in a world that perpetuates anti-black racism and dehumanizes black community members. Dian provides guidance from his experiences in student affairs, faculty, and researcher roles. He then highlights several resources to add to your social justice reading list to close out our time together.
Dian is an assistant professor of counseling-student affairs at northern arizona university. He was previously a visiting assistant professor at Iowa State University and a postdoctoral fellow at the Univ of Denver. He is a first-generation college student, bi-racial Asian American queer man who studies race and racism in higher education. He is an occasional triathlete, an always-foodie, and literally cannot breathe right now at 7000 ft elevation in Flagstaff.Read more »