This talk actually consisted of a short diversity training through case studies. Attached slides show two case studies, but we only got through the first one during the actual training (25-30 minutes). The slides also contain some ground rules about what we expect of participants in such a training. Thanks to Professor Cynthia Anhalt of the University of Arizona for her help with writing the first case and running the training.
This talk was part of a minisymposium I organized at the SIAM ED16 Conference. The minisymposium was titled "Increasing Diversity and Inclusion in Mathematics: Some Inspiring Initiatives". More information on the minisymposium, abstracts and speakers.