Marquee – Orange, Bold, Centered, Maiandra, 24 pt, small caps, single space
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UNTIL YOU SHINE YOUR LIGHT,
YOU’LL ONLY BE A SHADOW
Block Quote – Orange, Italic, Candara, 14 pt, single space
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“The only place I feel safe is when there are an approximately equal number of adults & children – too many children, and the kids get into trouble;
not enough children and the adults get into trouble.” – Anonymous
Heading 4 – Orange, Bold, Maiandra, 18 pt
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Sub-heading 1 – Orange, Underline, Italics, Maiandra, 14 pt
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P-P-T Safety Protocols
Default Text – Black, Candara, 11 pt, single space
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What makes People-Places-Things different from academic programs is that we prioritize Interpersonal Connection, Cultural Responsiveness and Experiential Learning.
Link – Blue (underlined) Visited Link – Purple (underlined)[done]
Unordered List 1 – 10pt, black bullet, space between items, single space
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• As long as you’re registered, go to Current Classes and select a class that works for your time schedule and location. Though there will occasionally be a cancelled class or some other barrier to participation, this step is all about what works for you.
• Send an email to email@example.com. In the subject line, put “One Time Shadowing” or “Ongoing Shadowing” depending on whether you want to just come one time or more.
• For One Time Shadowing, please send your email within one week of the day, but no less than 48 hours before the class so we have enough time to notify the participants. For Ongoing Shadowing, send your email as early as you can.
o Rockwood Library Monday Afternoon: 3/31, 4/7, 4/14, 4/21, 4/28
o Barnes Elementary Thursday Eve: 4/10
o Crowne Plaza Nepali Housekeeping: 4/26, 4/27
Unordered List 2 (sub) – 9pt, open bullet, single space, no space between items
[not done yet] 1. Don’t Freak Out – Being in the country without a valid visa is a civil offense, not a criminal one. They’re there in your neighborhood, with their family. They probably have a story, and it’s probably difficult. But unless there’s a reason to care about their legal status (like you are going to hire them), just interact with them in a welcoming friendly manner like you would treat any neighbor.
2. Assume They Might Not Have A Visa – Don’t put your neighbor in a situation that might expose them, get them into trouble, or make them panic. “Let’s go explore the ICE facility today!” is just not a friendly thing to do.
3. Don’t Ask — We’re not suggesting that it’s immoral or wrong to ask people about their personal legal status – just that it’s not neighborly or welcoming. It’s intimidating. Asking people “Where are you from?” can also expose them to legal risk. Asking people “Where did you grow up?” is different, and a great way to get to know them better.
Ordered List 1 – 11pt, single space, space between items, Bold Lead Phrase, em dash with surrounding spaces to set off the additional detail
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Page Navigator – Red, All Caps for Headings, Italics for subheadings, (list), Candara, 8 pt, linked to paragraphs
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Becoming an Interculturalist
Purpose of this Page
ARE THEY ILLEGAL?
Not a Crime
Does it Matter?
How to Approach the Documentation Issue (list)
DEVELOPING CROSS-CULTURAL RELATIONSHIPS
Awkward & Joyous
Guidelines & Protocols
Safety Protocols (list)
General Relationship Guidelines
Home Culture (list)
Out of Country (list)