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Using Dramatization In Youth Workshops Proves To Be A Successful Tool In Teaching Acceptance

Dramatization is a productive experiential tool used in workshops with youth, for they learn best when actively engaged.



The youth that participate in ULA's Diversity Workshops have a unique opportunity to better understand the challenges and feelings of persons who are different from them through the discovery that occurs by acting out real life situations rather than having "Inclusivity" beliefs imposed upon the them.

Students do dramatization in workshop at Kashenshero Vocational School in Mitooma

Skits enable the actors to practice new feelings of acceptance and inclusion, and empathize with the people of marginalized groups. by “standing in their shoes.” They learn that people whom they were taught to feel threatened by and ignored have the same wants and needs as they themselves



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