What you’ll learn

  • Cultivate a culture of justice, equity, diversity & inclusion in your workplace through storytelling.
  • Learn, retain, and apply major diversity and inclusion concepts including microaggressions, implicit bias, prejudice, and stereotypes.
  • Develop intercultural fluency skills to recognize and respond to cultural harm.
  • Practice having brave dialogues and engaging in difficult conversations that engender reconciliation and belonging in your workplace.
  • Embrace social justice as a journey, not a destination.


Want to cultivate a culture of justice, equity, diversity, and inclusion in your workplace? The Storied JEDI is a 14-session Justice, Equity, Diversity & Inclusion (JEDI) program available to take at your own pace. By setting aside just 20 minutes each week, you will learn JEDI concepts, gain tools for adopting new practices, and acquire ways to apply what you just learned.

By the end of this course, you will learn to…

  • Embrace social justice as a journey, not a destination.
  • Be more conscious about the narratives you hear and tell.
  • See the freedom in advancing diversity, equity, and inclusion.
  • Know how to engage in difficult conversations.
  • Lean into un-comfortability because that’s where the growth lies.

Benefits include

  • 14 video lessons
  • 12+ key concepts
  • Integration challenges for immediate application
  • Critical reflection prompts to help you retain knowledge.
  • Extras: 6 downloadable Easy Reference Guides


  • The Importance of Narrative and Language in JEDI
    • Establishing Social Justice as the foundation for practicing Equity, Diversity and Inclusion
    • Advancing Positive Narratives around Equity, Diversity and Inclusion
    • Uncovering Unconscious Narratives that Send Dangerous Messages
  • Intercultural fluency and Cultural Responsiveness
    • Exercising Critical Self-awareness to Improve Intercultural Fluency
    • Recognizing and Responding to Cultural Harm
    • How to Have Brave Dialogues
  • Responding to Microaggressions, Stereotypes, Prejudice and Implicit Bias
    • Placing Impact before Intention in Addressing Microaggressions
    • Responding to the Explicit Harm of Implicit Bias, Prejudice and Stereotypes
    • How to Apologize to Move from Harm to Reconciliation

Key Concepts Include:

  • Microaggressions
  • Implicit Bias
  • Stereotypes
  • Prejudice
  • Responding to Cultural Harm
  • Unconscious Narratives
  • Intercultural Fluency
  • Brave Dialogues
  • Cultural Responsiveness
  • Apologies and Reconciliation

Each part of this program, from the number of chapters to the length of each video, is designed to maximize retention and encourage seamless application.

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