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64ba0636d1e6bd8f0b87ab92cff329e5df0e46a6 — Nate Ijams a month ago 70b728b master
Add initial simulation info.
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## Simulation POM:

**<span style="text-decoration:underline;">CultureBridge Mission</span>**: Through participation in an interactive simulation, we promote a greater understanding of the immigrant experience to inspire the people of Tulsa to empathize with immigrants and to unite against cultural and political barriers.

**<span style="text-decoration:underline;">Purpose</span>**: To ensure, through reflection, that participants use the lessons of the simulation to empathize with the immigrant community and create positive, lasting action.

**<span style="text-decoration:underline;">Outcomes</span>**: 



1. All misunderstandings about the conduct of the simulation are cleared up.
2. Participants have had the opportunity to focus on serious reflection regarding their experiences and emotions during the simulation.
3. Participants empathise with immigrants in their communities and feel motivated to help them.
4. Participants are given a concrete path forward towards future involvement in their immigrant community. 

**<span style="text-decoration:underline;">Methods</span>**: _See below._



## Introduction to the Simulation

### Starting off

After the intro committee explains the outline of the simulation in the  introduction presentation, the participants will be able to read their first card and begin their journey. Each card has options for the participants. They must choose one location to go to, but if they choose wrong the cards will guide them back to the right direction.  


### The Role of the Station Facilitators {#the-role-of-the-station-facilitators}

The role of the facilitators is to help create a realistic scenario for the participant to feel like they are a real immigrant, to experience the good and the bad. The facilitators hand out the next cards and treat the participants good or bad, depending on their lanyards. Each participants will have a different view of their story, which is good because no two experiences are the same in the real world, either. 


## The Simulation


### Setup

Each station has personal instructions in their designated folder. All stations should put their station sign on the front of their table, and lay out their cards/other resources in the style that is most easily accessible for them in the simulation. More specific  set up details will be entailed in individual station packets which differ for each station. Follow the rest of the instructions carefully to fully be set for the simulation. When you are done, help others set up their stations. When the simulation starts, each facilitator should be seated at their station, quietly and attentively.


### Introduction

After Intro’s presentation, the participants will start, and the facilitators must be in character for their simulation role.


### Going through the Simulation

Use the personal “Simulation” instructions in the station packet information. The instructions include the tips that previous facilitators have carefully reviewed and used successfully that will help you work more efficiently. Please take your role seriously and most authentically to help bring the full affect to the participants.

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<li>Weight: The lowest numbers appear first in the Menu. The highest numbers are last.</li>
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<h3 id="creating-a-page">creating a page</h3>
<p>To create a page, first go to the proper section. Then, click the &ldquo;New …&quot;. An empty new page will appear for you to edit. Fill out the Title (this is what will appear in the TOC), then set the proper settings. Put the content in the Body section.</p>
<p>To create a page, first go to the proper section. Then, click the &ldquo;New …&rdquo;. An empty new page will appear for you to edit. Fill out the Title (this is what will appear in the TOC), then set the proper settings. Put the content in the Body section.</p>
<p><img src="/images/module-page-five.png" alt="Fifth page of Module Debrief" /></p>
<h3 id="saving">saving</h3>
<p>When you are done with a new post or editing an existing one, be sure to click Save (DON&rsquo;T SAVE YOUR TEST POST <strong>PLEASE</strong>). Once you do, you&rsquo;ll see some more info on the top:</p>


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<ul>
<li><strong>&ldquo;Delete Unpublished Entry&rdquo;</strong>: Deletes the post, duh.</li>
<li><strong>&ldquo;Check for Preview&rdquo;</strong>: this is one of the coolest features of our platform. When you create a draft and save it, our system automatically creates a Preview site within a minute or two. Click this, and eventually &ldquo;View Preview&rdquo; will appear. Click this will open a new tab with the full preview site.</li>
<li><strong>&ldquo;Set Status&rdquo;</strong>: Netlify includes an editorial management system. When you create or edit content, it will be entered as a draft. Eventually a designated editor will come and mark it as &ldquo;In Review&rdquo; when they are reviewing or changing it. Once it is ready for publishing to the site, they will mark it as &ldquo;Ready&rdquo;. Nate will take care of publishing to the site until we are all more familiar with the system.</li>
<li><strong>&ldquo;Set Status&rdquo;</strong>: Netlify includes an editorial management system. When you create or edit content, it will be entered as a draft. When you are ready for it to be reviewed, you can set it as &ldquo;In Review&rdquo;. Eventually a designated editor will come and mark it as &ldquo;Ready&rdquo; when they have checked over it and it is ready for publishing to the site. Nate will take care of the final publishing to the site until we are all more familiar with the system.</li>
<li><strong>&ldquo;Publish&rdquo;</strong>: Don&rsquo;t use this :)</li>
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<h3 id="editorial-workflow">editorial workflow</h3>


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Teens in YPI are socially and culturally aware, building their projects around issues or problems they believe are pertinent in the Tulsa community. All YPI projects are built to be sustainable through research, organization, and long-term planning, giving students hands-on experiences to use in college and beyond. YPI students are involved in leadership, athletics, speech and debate, art, programming, but they all come together with the same passion to make tangible change in their communities.\n"});index.add({'id':6,'href':'/supplements/activities/','title':"Activities",'content':"The CultureBridge Activities "});index.add({'id':7,'href':'/supplements/executive-summary/','title':"Executive Summary",'content':"CultureBridge Tulsa Creating empathy. Connecting communities.\nOur Mission Through participation in an interactive simulation, we promote a greater understanding of the immigrant experience to inspire the people of Tulsa to empathize with immigrants and to unite against cultural and political barriers.\nWhat is CultureBridge? Founded by local high school students of diverse backgrounds, CultureBridge offers a brand-new perspective on immigrant life in the United States of America. As our team of 28 students came together, we recognized a lack of empathy for the immigrant experience amongst non-immigrant communities. How could we bridge this gap of understanding? After collaborating with the New Tulsans Initiative, communicating with community organizations, and researching best practices, we created the CultureBridge Immigrant Simulation. By taking on the role of an immigrant in contemporary America, participants have the opportunity to experience both the joys and the hardships of immigrating to and living in our country.\nWhy Does Our Community Need CultureBridge? Now more than ever, our community and our nation can benefit from an organization like CultureBridge, which shatters barriers, social stigmas, and perceptions on the immigrant population. By fostering empathy for the immigrant population, participants are given the tools to take action against polarization and instead, promote unity.\nHow Does CultureBridge Stand Out? CultureBridge Tulsa is unique in that participants are able to step into the stories of real immigrants. Participants become witnesses to not only the process of becoming an immigrant in America but also all of the emotions that it comes with. CultureBridge is tailored to develop empathy for the immigrant community, leading participants toward a more culturally aware and responsible future.\nAbout the Youth Philanthropy Initiative (YPI) Youth Philanthropy Initiative equips teens with the necessary tools and understanding to become social entrepreneurs. Teens in YPI are socially and culturally aware, building their projects around issues or problems they believe are pertinent in the Tulsa community. All YPI projects are built to be sustainable through research, organization, and long-term planning, giving students hands-on experiences to use in college and beyond. 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Methods: See below.\n Before the Presentation The Importance of the Introduction The Introduction to the Presentation and the Simulation is a crucial part of setting the stage and preparing the audience for what is to come. Led by the Facilitator of the Simulation, the Introduction allows for rules, reminders, instructions, and other information to be passed on before beginning the Presentation.\nThe Role of the Facilitator The Facilitator is tasked with the important job of guiding the audience through the Introduction and Presentation to prepare them for the Simulation to come. The Facilitator must ensure that the audience is well-informed of what is to come and is prepared to go through a Simulation that can induce a range of emotions. Being one of the most important jobs, the Facilitator must ensure that the impact is felt among the participants and must guide them through the Introduction, Presentation, and Simulation.\n The Information Presentation What is the Information Presentation and What is its Importance? The Information Presentation is a collection of information and statistics pertaining to the roles of immigrants and the issues they currently face, which is presented prior to participants undergoing the Simulation. It plays a crucial part in developing a well-informed group of participants to go through the CultureBridge Simulation.\nIt also serves as a way to engage participants before they go through the Simulation, and this is achieved through interactive questions that will be further discussed in the subsequent section. During this time, participants also begin to develop a bit of empathy through all the information and real stories they are told. They are then able to build upon that empathy as they walk through the Simulation.\n What is in the Presentation Contents Slides 1-3: These slides remind participants to fill out the registration form and contain information about how the project came to be. These slides may be tweaked to also include information about the partner, but it would be greatly appreciated if Cohort 11 of YPI\u0026rsquo;s story remained in this part in some shape or form. (https://www.culturebridgetulsa.com/)\nSlide 4: Cohort 11 of YPI’s mission statement for CultureBridge Tulsa.\nSlide 5: The purpose of the information presentation, the outcomes we hope to gain by the end of it, and the methods we will use to achieve those outcomes.\nSlide 6: A brief overview of the topics that will be covered in the presentation.\nSlide 7: This slide introduces the story of Pedro, a true story of an immigrant followed throughout the presentation. (https://www.nytimes.com/2014/06/09/us/for-illegal-immigrants-american-life-lived-in-shadows.html)\nSlide 8: This is the first of the question slides which can be found throughout the presentation. (https://www.americanimmigrationcouncil.org/research/immigrants-in-the-united-states)\nSlide 9: A bar chart that depicts the status of U.S immigrants today, including the immigrant population size as well as the regions they have migrated from. (https://www.americanimmigrationcouncil.org/research/immigrants-in-the-united-states)\nSlide 10: Includes the number of documented as well as undocumented immigrants in Oklahoma. (https://www.americanimmigrationcouncil.org/research/immigrants-in-oklahoma)\nSlide 11: This is another question slide. (https://www.census.gov/newsroom/blogs/random-samplings/2017/03/immigrant_familiesa.html)\nSlide 12: This slide contains information about the educational level for immigrants in the United States. The information this represents shows how immigrants compared to native-born citizens usually have a lower level of education other than in the advanced degrees section. (https://www.census.gov/newsroom/blogs/random-samplings/2017/03/immigrant_familiesa.html)\nSlide 13: This slide is similar to the previous slide except it is talking about immigrants from Oklahoma instead of a national scale. (https://www.americanimmigrationcouncil.org/research/immigrants-in-oklahoma)\nSlide 14: This is another question slide like slide 8 and 11. (https://www.stlouisfed.org/publications/regional-economist/second-quarter-2017/comparing-income-education-and-job-data-for-immigrants-vs-those-born-in-us)\nSlide 15: This slide will mainly contain information about the income inequality between immigrants and native-born citizens with immigrants having lower levels of income compared to native-born citizens and how another important information is that immigrant households are typically bigger than native-born immigrants. (https://www.stlouisfed.org/publications/regional-economist/second-quarter-2017/comparing-income-education-and-job-data-for-immigrants-vs-those-born-in-us)\nSlide 16: Research conducted by the New American Economy that highlights the impact immigrants have had on the national economy. (https://www.newamericaneconomy.org/locations/national/?type\u0026amp;issue)\nSlide 17: Research conducted by the New American Economy that highlights the impact immigrants have had on the city of Tulsa’s economy. (https://research.newamericaneconomy.org/report/new-americans-in-tulsa/)\nSlides 18-20: These slides serve as an explanation of the Simulation and a transition to it.\nSlide 21: The follow-up survey link, which should be shown and talked about after the Debrief is completed.\nImportance of the Information U.S. and Oklahoma Status on Immigrants\u0026ndash;It is important to understand the number of documented as well as undocumented immigrants in the U.S. It must be further known that not all immigrants are the same and that they migrate from different areas.\nEducation and Income\u0026ndash;It is important for the audience to know the educational inequality between foreign-born and native born citizens since their education level ultimately affects their income and consequently their quality of life.\nEconomic Impact\u0026ndash;Not many people are aware of how much of the national and local economies is fueled by the work of immigrants. It is important to focus on this topic to emphasize their contributions and to not let them go unnoticed.\nNational vs Local Statistics\u0026ndash;While presenting national statistics is important and gives participants almost a bird’s eye view of immigrants’ impact in this country, it can also be difficult for participants to process the high volume of information being given to them. But when participants are presented with statistics that are focused on a specific community they are a part of, they start to become more than just numbers; they become something that participants are tied to. The reality that local immigrants are contributing immensely to their community yet they still face certain barriers begins to set in. The strategy of adding local statistics is aimed to develop the sense of empathy for community immigrants early on in the CultureBridge Tulsa experience.\nMultiple-Choice Questions\u0026ndash;There are three slides of multiple-choice questions spread out throughout the presentation. They are included in order to ensure maximum participation, engagement, and attention of the audience members. They also serve the second purpose of helping the audience truly grasp and remember certain statistics and key information to help them along their journey of truly gaining an understanding of immigrants and learning to empathize with them for the betterment of society.\nFactual Immigrant Story\u0026ndash;A true story of an immigrant, Pedro, is included throughout the presentation. Linking facts and statistics with personal emotions and impacts to truly allow the audience to grasp the consequences of certain situations. This inclusion of the story helps make seemingly inapplicable information to the average citizen become a matter of personal distress. The story helps increase the empathy of the audience towards immigrants as well as preparing them for possible experiences within the simulation.\n Giving Instructions On slides 18, 19, and 20 in the information presentation, we have incorporated details to the simulation set-up as well as the instructions. These instructions should be given to the participants who walk through the simulation as immigrants.\nOn slide 19, pictures of an immigrant’s character cards (Bsquil Antar) are displayed for the audience to see. This is done in order to inform the participants what they should expect to see for their own character. The introductory character card should include language level, country of origin, and background information. The event cards that are further presented on slide 19 include an event that has occurred and two choices that lead to certain outcomes. As explained in the instructions, each decision will lead to a station in which participants obtain the next card and continue their journey. In displaying as well as explaining the character and event cards of the immigrants, the participants are able to easily comprehend what to do on their journey.\nSlide 20 offers a brief and concise summary of the participants’ instructions: read the character cards, begin the journey, return home, and debrief.\n After the Presentation Following the presentation, the participants should read the character cards and begin their journey.\n"});index.add({'id':9,'href':'/supplements/pr-packet/','title':"PR Packet",'content':"Our Mission Through participation in an interactive simulation, we promote a greater understanding of the immigrant experience to inspire the people of Tulsa to empathize with immigrants and to unite against cultural and political barriers.\nWhat is CultureBridge Tulsa? Founded by local high school students of diverse backgrounds, CultureBridge offers a brand-new perspective on immigrant life in the United States of America. As our team of 28 students came together, we recognized a lack of empathy for the immigrant experience amongst non-immigrant communities. How could we bridge this gap of understanding? After collaborating with the New Tulsans Initiative, communicating with community organizations, and researching best practices, we created the CultureBridge Immigrant Simulation. By taking on the role of an immigrant in contemporary America, participants have the opportunity to experience both the joys and the hardships of immigrating to and living in our country.\n The Experience Taking on the role of a real-life immigrant, participants walk through the story of one of the simulation characters. Along the way, they are tasked with making the tough, self-sacrificing decisions their characters were faced with. To get the most out of this experience, CultureBridge participants are encouraged to actively engage and embrace the reality of each story.\nThe Introduction Presentation The introduction presentation, given by a CultureBridge facilitator, informs the audience of the impact immigrants have locally and nationally. By providing a factual foundation, we hope to better prepare participants to empathize\nThe Characters Each participant is randomly assigned a character and follows their story through the simulation. The initial card participants receive includes a brief background of the character they will be taking on. Because each character’s story is based in reality, we challenge each participant to read the background thoroughly and base their simulation decisions off of the character’s specific circumstances. Countries represented include India, the United Arab Emirates, Mexico, Lebanon, Thailand, Kuwait, Sweden, and Israel.\nThe Simulation As participants follow their character’s story, they forge a unique path as they encounter different events and decisions. Each event leads to a simulated station (e.g. a courthouse or language learning center), where participants might be asked to perform certain tasks. In order to fully grasp an immigrant’s experience, CultureBridge works to mimic different barriers and obstacles of daily life by simulating the unequal treatment and discrimination immigrants face. In addition to displaying the challenges of the immigrant experience, stations are designed to educate viewers about the political and social state of the United States.\nThe Debrief Following the simulation, participants come together to discuss the events, trials, failures, and successes they experienced. The debrief seeds deeper conversation and connection and encourages every participant to turn new found empathy into action.\nImmediately after the simulation, participants are asked to complete a survey to reflect on their experience. In addition, we provide an Action Packet with local information to better facilitate future involvement in the immigrant community of Tulsa.\n30 days after the simulation, a second check-in survey is distributed to better measure the effectiveness of the CultureBridge simulation.\n FAQs How long does the simulation last? The entire introduction, simulation, and debrief discussion is approximately one hour and fifteen minutes, however, the length of the simulation is dependent on the number of participants.\nWho participates in the simulation? CultureBridge Tulsa is open to everyone. No matter your age, profession, or knowledge of immigration, we would love to have you participate in our simulation!\nDoes CultureBridge Tulsa push a particular political agenda? CultureBridge Tulsa does not advocate a particular stance on immigration policy. Our goal is to simply provide a new perspective and have others empathize with the immigrant experience.\nWhy does our community need CultureBridge? Now more than ever, our community and our nation can benefit from an organization like CultureBridge, which shatters barriers, social stigmas, and perceptions on the immigrant population. By fostering empathy for the immigrant population, participants are given the tools to take action against polarization and instead, promote unity.\nHow does CultureBridge stand out? CultureBridge Tulsa is unique in that participants are able to step into the stories of real immigrants. Participants become witnesses to not only the process of becoming an immigrant in America but also all of the emotions that it comes with. CultureBridge is tailored to develop empathy for the immigrant community, leading participants toward a more culturally aware and responsible future.\n About the Youth Philanthropy Initiative (YPI) Youth Philanthropy Initiative equips teens with the necessary tools and understanding to become social entrepreneurs. Teens in YPI are socially and culturally aware, building their projects around issues or problems they believe are pertinent in the Tulsa community. All YPI projects are built to be sustainable through research, organization, and long-term planning, giving students hands-on experiences to use in college and beyond. YPI students are involved in leadership, athletics, speech and debate, art, programming, but they all come together with the same passion to make tangible change in their communities.\n Images "});index.add({'id':10,'href':'/modules/simulation-3/','title':"Simulation",'content':"Simulation POM: CultureBridge Mission: Through participation in an interactive simulation, we promote a greater understanding of the immigrant experience to inspire the people of Tulsa to empathize with immigrants and to unite against cultural and political barriers.\nPurpose: To ensure, through reflection, that participants use the lessons of the simulation to empathize with the immigrant community and create positive, lasting action.\nOutcomes:\n All misunderstandings about the conduct of the simulation are cleared up. Participants have had the opportunity to focus on serious reflection regarding their experiences and emotions during the simulation. Participants empathise with immigrants in their communities and feel motivated to help them. Participants are given a concrete path forward towards future involvement in their immigrant community.  Methods: See below.\nIntroduction to the Simulation Starting off After the intro committee explains the outline of the simulation in the introduction presentation, the participants will be able to read their first card and begin their journey. Each card has options for the participants. They must choose one location to go to, but if they choose wrong the cards will guide them back to the right direction.\nThe Role of the Station Facilitators The role of the facilitators is to help create a realistic scenario for the participant to feel like they are a real immigrant, to experience the good and the bad. The facilitators hand out the next cards and treat the participants good or bad, depending on their lanyards. Each participants will have a different view of their story, which is good because no two experiences are the same in the real world, either.\nThe Simulation Setup Each station has personal instructions in their designated folder. All stations should put their station sign on the front of their table, and lay out their cards/other resources in the style that is most easily accessible for them in the simulation. More specific set up details will be entailed in individual station packets which differ for each station. Follow the rest of the instructions carefully to fully be set for the simulation. When you are done, help others set up their stations. When the simulation starts, each facilitator should be seated at their station, quietly and attentively.\nIntroduction After Intro’s presentation, the participants will start, and the facilitators must be in character for their simulation role.\nGoing through the Simulation Use the personal “Simulation” instructions in the station packet information. The instructions include the tips that previous facilitators have carefully reviewed and used successfully that will help you work more efficiently. Please take your role seriously and most authentically to help bring the full affect to the participants.\n"});index.add({'id':11,'href':'/modules/surveys-1/','title':"Surveys",'content':"CultureBridge Tulsa: Survey Module\nPOM: CultureBridge Mission: Through participation in an interactive simulation, we promote a greater understanding of the immigrant experience to inspire the people of Tulsa to empathize with immigrants and to unite against cultural and political barriers.\nPurpose: To measure the impact and effectiveness of the simulation.\nOutcomes: The effectiveness of the simulation is quantifiable.\nMethods: See below.\nIntroduction to the Surveys The Importance of Surveys Surveys ensure that the simulation is efficient. Participants should leave the simulation with more empathy and understanding of the immigrant experience. Surveys provide a concrete method of measuring this empathy and working out any kinks or flaws in the simulation. In addition, survey results allow us to create a network of contacts through which we can distribute information about getting involved in the immigrant community.\nThe Survey Registration The first survey is the registration survey which asks questions pertaining to participants\u0026rsquo; original stance on immigration, previous knowledge of the immigrant experience, and their contact information. This contact information is mandatory as it allows the facilitators to notify participants of the simulation’s logistics and to send more surveys following the simulation. The registration survey should be taken prior to the simulation, either at home or before the introduction.\nThe First Follow Up Survey The first follow up survey should be taken immediately following the simulation. This survey reflects the experience of the simulation itself, helping the facilitators improve the simulation, and measure the immediate effect of the simulation. The survey assesses how well the simulation created empathy, explained an immigrant’s life, and motivated the participants to act.\nOne Month Later Another survey should be sent a month after the simulation to assess the simulation’s long term impact. When the participants took the initial follow-up survey, they were on an emotional high and immigration was on their mind. Over the course of a month, life gets in the way. The One Month Follow Up Survey helps the facilitators know the long term impact and make the necessary changes to the simulation or action packet. This survey also serves as a reminder to the participants about the simulation and how they can help.\nConclusion of the Surveys To distribute the surveys, copy the link and send it out to the participants. After the surveys are completed, click the spreadsheet button at the top right corner of the form to access the data. From there, you can view all the participants\u0026rsquo; responses to analyse and improve the simulation.\n"});index.add({'id':12,'href':'/modules/debrief/','title':"Debrief",'content':"Debrief Module [Cover Page with Logo, pictures of actual Debrief sessions, and more here]\nTable of Contents:\nPOM: CultureBridge Mission: Through participation in an interactive simulation, we promote a greater understanding of the immigrant experience to inspire the people of Tulsa to empathize with immigrants and to unite against cultural and political barriers.\nPurpose: To ensure, through reflection, that participants use the lessons of the simulation to empathize with the immigrant community and create positive, lasting initiative.\nOutcomes:\n All misunderstandings about the message of the simulation are clarified. Participants have had the opportunity to focus on serious reflection regarding their experiences and emotions during the simulation. Participants empathize with immigrants in their communities and feel motivated to help them. Participants are given a concrete path forward towards future involvement in their immigrant community.  Methods: See below.\nIntroduction to the Debrief The Importance of Debriefing The Debrief is undoubtedly the most important part of the simulation. This is a time where participants are able to reflect on their experience and express their emotions throughout the simulation. The debrief will leave participants with a better outlook on immigrants and help them better empathize with them for the rest of their lives.\nThe Role of the Facilitator Your role as a facilitator will mainly be focused on guiding the small group discussion and clearing up any misunderstandings participants had during the simulation. You are also responsible for helping them fully understand the importance of the simulation. To start, you should make the speaking environment as welcoming as possible. You want all of your participants to be engaged in the discussion and to feel comfortable with sharing their thoughts. This will yield the most impactful and productive conversations. As with many discussions, it is inevitable that it will go off on tangents at times, an imminent one being politically driven; your job is to bring the group’s focus back to the simulation. Regardless of what topic your group may stray to, you should be prepared to quickly divert from it and reiterate how this is a time for reflection only. After the Debrief, participants should leave with a fresh perspective on immigrants in Tulsa. Their experience with CultureBridge Tulsa will be something they will remember for years to come, so it’s important that the Debrief is effective.\nThe Debrief Organizing The Participants Following the end of the simulation, you will split the participants into small groups for The Debrief. The maximum number of groups you will have is dependent on the number of facilitators present (e.g. a simulation run by three facilitators can have a maximum of three small groups). However, each small group should have at least seven participants in order to generate the most effective discussions. For example, if there are fourteen participants and three facilitators, it would be best to separate into two groups of seven rather than two groups of five and one group of four.\nHow to Organize into Debrief Groups The Debrief Groups are different from the Home groups in order to allow people to discuss their character with an intentionally diverse group, and because many people who finish early already discuss in their Home groups about their experience.\nThere are always 5 characters used, but when there are 25 participants or more, there are 6 characters used. The following chart dictates the number of break-out debrief groups according to the amount of people going through the simulation.\n17 people or less \u0026mdash;\u0026mdash;\u0026ndash;\u0026gt; 3 groups\n18+ people \u0026mdash;\u0026mdash;\u0026ndash;\u0026gt; 4 groups\nThe Debriefing groups should be preset before the simulation begins as soon as the number of participants is known. The facilitators who are preparing the simulation should take out the appropriate number of name tags, and assign a debrief group by writing the Group number on the back of the name tag with a Dry Erase Marker.\nIt is important to ensure that there are not more than two of the same character in one debrief group in order to ensure the diversity of perspective. At the same time, it is extremely important to have two of the same character (but no more than two) at a debrief table as they will have different lanyard colors which will contribute to the discussion of symbolism in the simulation. This provides a good segue for discussing the purpose of the lanyard colors and how even though people can have the same situation and choices before them in life, the judgements and biases that people put on them can seriously affect the way they go through life.\nIntroduction After separating the participants into different groups, the facilitators will then introduce themselves. You will thank the participants for participating in the simulation and afterwards, you will introduce yourselves to the groups you are facilitating. Once introductions are done, you can then immediately move forward to the discussion.\nDiscussion The Debrief discussion is arguably the most important part of the simulation. During this time, participants are given the freedom to express their emotions, feelings, and thoughts about what they have experienced. As a facilitator, you should consider yourself a guide as opposed to an instructor. Below are some guiding questions for how to develop and encourage discussion. However, the path your Debrief group follows might be different than what is envisioned below. Refer to the above section on “The Role of the Facilitator” for best practices in how to guide conversation, keep on-topic, and avoid contentious issues.\nPlease note: any quoted statements of what to say are here as examples. Feel free to modify them to better suit your own simulation’s purpose.\nThe What To start, we will discuss what happened. This includes the experiences they went through, the emotions they are feeling, and their initial thoughts.\nIntroduction Start off by saying… “You guys just completed the immigration simulation and may be feeling many different things. We are going to start the debrief by [separating into your small groups and][1] discussing your thoughts and emotions.”\nEmotions First, ask everyone to go around and say one word that describes their simulation experience, and why.\nThen, connect similar emotions and feelings and ask some respondents why they said that word. (in big group)\nThe Story and Experience Ask participants to describe their character, their experience, and their outcome. Choose participants who went through different characters to allow other participants to hear different aspects of the immigrant experience and make them more aware. (in small groups)\nConnection After participants share the story they walked through, allow two people with the same character (but different lanyard color) to compare their experience. Ask them how they were treated by volunteers at the stations, and elaborate on any differences. Explain that the color of the lanyard dictates the manner in which volunteers are supposed to treat them. Those with blue lanyards experience the worst forms of racism, rudeness and other microaggressions, along with unnecessarily long waits at stations. They are essentially deemed as the lowest priority. The pink lanyards are in the middle ground, and will have some microaggressions, but on a minor level. Finally, the yellow lanyards should be treated with respect, and have the opportunity to take pride and share about their country of origin. The impact of this is that oftentimes people will make judgments about you based off of something meaningless like the color of a lanyard.\nThe So What After the discussion of what they just went through, you will then give the participants reasons why it was important and why it matters.\nIntroduction Start off by saying “Now that you guys discussed your characters and your experience, we will discuss why this all matters and why it is important.”\nImportance Ask them questions such as “why does empathy for immigrants matter?”, “what would it be like without immigrants?”, and “what do you believe the main reasons why we had this simulation?”\nConclusion “So what comes next? How do we think we can help immigrants in our own communities?”\nAfter this discussion concludes, move directly into the Call to Action.\nCall to Action It is important for participants to have the resources in order to help immigrants. After group discussions are over, you will then give every participant an action packet filled with organizations in Tulsa which help immigrants. You will inform the participants of what is the action packet and what is on there along with the importance of these organizations saying “These organizations have contributed to the welfare of immigrants and has put tons of support for the immigrant community, if you are looking for a way to help immigrants than helping these organizations would contribute a lot.”\nThe Pitch The pitch is the section where you can promote your organization and it does not have a set outline to this. You can discuss this among your organization and talk about how your social media, goals, and any other topic you would like the participants to know.\nHere is the Link to the Action Packet\nhttps://docs.google.com/document/d/1XPfGrKbT4B9HiP5F25DOyQ-GIuzeAAdZRYQr3G-lvFA/edit\nConclusion of the Simulation  Give participants the Initial Participant Follow-up Form via link.  Ideal Time Interval\n Thirty Minutes total:    First priority is to have all participants discuss their experience\n in the simulation and have them relate this to their own lives.\n    Debrief Facilitator Cheat Sheet\n[1] If there are multiple Debrief Groups. See “Organizing the Participants” above.\n"});index.add({'id':13,'href':'/supplements/','title':"Supplements",'content':"Supplements Welcome to the Supplements section!\n"});index.add({'id':14,'href':'/info/','title':"Info",'content':"Information This section will tell you all about us, the background to our project, our partners, and more!\n"});index.add({'id':15,'href':'/documentation/','title':"Documentation",'content':"site documentation Hey all! This is going to be a longer post, but consider it essential and necessary. Plus, who wouldn\u0026rsquo;t want to read a ton of what Nate writes???\nSo, what\u0026rsquo;s going on?\nI decided to re-consider the steps I\u0026rsquo;ve taken thus far when it comes to the online form of the Manual. First, I realized that though WikiMedia is a great platform (I mean, it runs the best site on Earth), it is still a really different platform. To properly use it we would all need to learn how to use a special markup language. Plus, the site is pretty slow and it wouldn\u0026rsquo;t lend itself to simple deployments to the final site.\nNote Don\u0026rsquo;t worry! This page will be edited before we release anything so we aren\u0026rsquo;t too unprofessional ;)  Instead, I figured that it would be best to look at POM when it comes to the platform:\noverview Purpose, Outcomes, and Methods Purpose: To easily and effectively communicate the CultureBridge project to site visitors.\nOutcomes:\n Portability: a site which can last forever with very little maintenance. This really means:  Universal input: a form of writing which is well-supported across the web. Universal output: a static site (plain HTML, CSS, \u0026amp; JS) - which can be run from files on your computer or a website Multi-format: the ability to download the entire site in or convert the entire site to HTML, PDF, markdown, etc.   Ease-of-use: both for the end-user and for us – the writers. The website should be easy to navigate. We need something which is easy to learn how to use. Beautiful: the simple fact is, a beautiful site which focuses on content is better for the situation. Version control: a permanent record of changes and additions (not just for us, but for future creators).  Methods: Well, here we are! The following is meant to introduce you to what comes next and how you can use it.\nthe site You are here! For now, we can use culturebridge.ga as the website. But no worries, it would be as simple as 1 … 2 … and 3 to change it.\n question ↕  Have we considered culturebridgetulsa.org?\nThough maybe the shorter culturebridge is better ¯\\_(ツ)_/¯.\nWe could also use culturebridgetulsa.com if we wanted to replace our other site.\n   the layout Mobile Mobile Layout There are two \u0026ldquo;menus\u0026rdquo; you have to know about. First, the actual menu. This is the three bars in the top left. Click on it and you will see a big \u0026ldquo;CultureBridge Tulsa\u0026rdquo;, a search input, and a Table of Contents. The search function is still a work-in-progress, so it may or may not work.\nThe table of contents you see here is site-wide. It links to all of the major pages. Think of these as chapters in a book.\nDid you know? The theme of our site is actually called \u0026ldquo;Hugo Book\u0026rdquo;. How appropriate!  You should see the Modules section, the Supplements section, and an Info section. These will be the major parts of the site. One day you will be able to click on \u0026ldquo;Modules\u0026rdquo; and see a page explaining what the modules are and linking to all of them. Or, you could jump right in and go to the Module you want (go ahead! try looking at the Debrief or Intro).\nThe same thing will happen with the Supplements and the Info section.\n What is the Info section? ↕  The Info section consists of the miscellaneous items we talked about going into the Wiki. Examples include the YPI page, the New Tulsans page, a history \u0026amp; timeline of our experience in CultureBridge, and more! We can pretty much add whatever we want.    That\u0026rsquo;s all pretty standard. The other menu (found on the top right) is the specific page\u0026rsquo;s Table of Contents. This TOC is generated by the headings you use in the page. Take a look at the one on this page to see how it is.\nNote: Not every page will have one of these! We can disable them on a page-by-page basis – which you\u0026rsquo;ll learn how to do later.  That\u0026rsquo;s about it for the layout! In case you are wondering, these are the fonts we are using:\n Charter for normal text (this is that font), Fira Mono for code, and  Fira Sans for menus, headers, and special call-outs   Desktop Desktop Layout For everyone reading this on a computer, I might as well come out and say it: I love you.\nWhy? Because the web is just so much better on a big screen. Why do we limit ourselves to tiny little things which make life so much harder for programmers and designers?\nSo, I\u0026rsquo;m not going to waste your time here. On a computer it\u0026rsquo;s much easier to see the Menu and the single-page Table of Contents. Everything is pretty intuitive. But if you\u0026rsquo;re curious, go ahead and switch over to the \u0026ldquo;Mobile\u0026rdquo; tab to read about it all.\nLove you, Nate\n Netlify CMS I\u0026rsquo;m jumping ahead to this section cause it\u0026rsquo;s the most necessary. The Markdown section is also somethat important, if you want to be cool, but it\u0026rsquo;s not strictly necessary, as you will see in this section.\nWhat is Netlify CMS?\nA CMS is a \u0026ldquo;Content Management System\u0026rdquo;. In other words, it\u0026rsquo;s a system which helps us manage our content. Or, in even different other words, it\u0026rsquo;s a thing we will use to write, edit, style, and \u0026ldquo;push\u0026rdquo; each page on the site.\n What do you mean – to push? ↕  \u0026ldquo;Push\u0026rdquo; here means to send the content to our backend system which will automatically add it to the website. To know what it actually means, in a technical sense, read the rest of this Documentation (yes, I am trying to convert you all into technically literate people). The best way to learn tech is to read, to practice, to randomly explore, and to hack.    In summary, these are the instructions for how you will make content on this site.\nmaking your account Whoa! An account! Get excited everyone, this is where it gets fun. It\u0026rsquo;s also where you need to be using a computer, not a phone :)\nFirst, go to culturebridge.ga/admin/. Click on the \u0026ldquo;Login with Netlify Identity\u0026rdquo;. Move to the \u0026ldquo;Sign up\u0026rdquo; tab. 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But you probably will need to use tables, footnotes, and horizontal lines at some point.\nNetlify (not the CMS) Netlify is the service we are using for hosting, site deployment, and more. This is separate (but related to Netlify CMS). It allows us to build the site automatically when changes are pushed to our Git repository. See the git section.\nHugo Hugo is the wonderful static site generator that we are using. In essence, this is how it all works:\n We write content (in the end, this is in markdown). We gather/create templates: these are written in HTML, CSS, and Go. Hugo takes the content we have and essentially puts everything together with the templates. In the end, it outputs a static site. That is, a folder which contains everything that the website contains, from a home page (index.html) to each photo. You could browse this on your computer, or have a web server serve the files to visitors. This is in contrast to a dynamic site which generates the content then sends it to your computer every time you visit the page.  Hugo is well-know, well-supported, and extensible. I use it for my school newspaper site, my personal site, my school\u0026rsquo;s tutoring site, and event sites.\ngit Git is a version control system. It is used widely in the development/programming world. It (or other SCM software like Mercurial) is used literally everywhere. It\u0026rsquo;s just one of those essential tools you have to learn. This site is tracked and held in a Git repository. See it at https://gitlab.com/exprez135/culturebridge-hugo/. This can be used to develop new features, keep track of the project history, restore to a previous version, etc. Too many features to count. Resources:\nThe Git Book.\nResources to learn Git.\ngit – the simple guide.\nIf you want, you can make a GitLab account and directly clone and work with the repository. Or, just check it out to read the source code. 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<h2 id="pom">POM</h2>
<p>The CultureBridge Mission: Through participation in an interactive
simulation, we promote a greater understanding of the immigrant
experience to inspire the people of Tulsa to empathize with immigrants
and to unite against cultural and political barriers.</p>
<p>Purpose: To provide participants with background information pertaining
to immigrants in order to foster an understanding of the barriers they
encounter and the vital role they play within our communities. The
introduction presentation also serves to create an environment in which
participants can transition to the simulation.</p>
<p>Outcomes:</p>
<p><strong>Purpose</strong>: To provide participants with background information pertaining to immigrants in order to foster an understanding of the barriers they encounter and the vital role they play within our communities. The introduction presentation also serves to create an environment in which participants can transition to the simulation.</p>
<p><strong>Outcomes</strong>:</p>
<ol>
<li>
<p>Participants have an understanding of the roles of immigrants in our
community.</p>
</li>
<li>
<p>Participants have an introductory level of understanding of the
hardships immigrants face.</p>
</li>
<li>
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fully prepared to begin their journey.</p>
</li>
<li>Participants have an understanding of the roles of immigrants in our community.</li>
<li>Participants have an introductory level of understanding of the hardships immigrants face.</li>
<li>Participants understand the instructions to the simulation and feel fully prepared to begin their journey.</li>
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<p>Methods: See below.</p>
<hr>
<h2 id="before-the-presentation">Before the Presentation</h2>
<h3 id="the-importance-of-the-introduction">The Importance of the Introduction</h3>
<p>The Introduction to the Presentation and the Simulation is a crucial
part of setting the stage and preparing the audience for what is to
come. Led by the Facilitator of the Simulation, the Introduction allows
for rules, reminders, instructions, and other information to be passed
on before beginning the Presentation.</p>
<p>The Introduction to the Presentation and the Simulation is a crucial part of setting the stage and preparing the audience for what is to come. Led by the Facilitator of the Simulation, the Introduction allows for rules, reminders, instructions, and other information to be passed on before beginning the Presentation.</p>
<h3 id="the-role-of-the-facilitator">The Role of the Facilitator</h3>
<p>The Facilitator is tasked with the important job of guiding the audience
through the Introduction and Presentation to prepare them for the
Simulation to come. The Facilitator must ensure that the audience is
well-informed of what is to come and is prepared to go through a
Simulation that can induce a range of emotions. Being one of the most
important jobs, the Facilitator must ensure that the impact is felt
among the participants and must guide them through the Introduction,
Presentation, and Simulation.</p>
<p>The Facilitator is tasked with the important job of guiding the audience through the Introduction and Presentation to prepare them for the Simulation to come. The Facilitator must ensure that the audience is well-informed of what is to come and is prepared to go through a Simulation that can induce a range of emotions. Being one of the most important jobs, the Facilitator must ensure that the impact is felt among the participants and must guide them through the Introduction, Presentation, and Simulation.</p>
<hr>
<h2 id="the-information-presentation">The Information Presentation</h2>
<h3 id="what-is-the-information-presentation-and-what-is-its-importance">What is the Information Presentation and What is its Importance?</h3>
<p>The Information Presentation is a collection of information and
statistics pertaining to the roles of immigrants and the issues they
currently face, which is presented prior to participants undergoing the
Simulation. It plays a crucial part in developing a well-informed group
of participants to go through the CultureBridge Simulation.</p>
<p>It also serves as a way to engage participants before they go through
the Simulation, and this is achieved through interactive questions that
will be further discussed in the subsequent section. During this time,
participants also begin to develop a bit of empathy through all the
information and real stories they are told. They are then able to build
upon that empathy as they walk through the Simulation.</p>
<p>The Information Presentation is a collection of information and statistics pertaining to the roles of immigrants and the issues they currently face, which is presented prior to participants undergoing the Simulation. It plays a crucial part in developing a well-informed group of participants to go through the CultureBridge Simulation.</p>
<p>It also serves as a way to engage participants before they go through the Simulation, and this is achieved through interactive questions that will be further discussed in the subsequent section. During this time, participants also begin to develop a bit of empathy through all the information and real stories they are told. They are then able to build upon that empathy as they walk through the Simulation.</p>
<hr>
<h3 id="what-is-in-the-presentation">What is in the Presentation</h3>
<p>Contents</p>
<p>Slides 1-3: These slides remind participants to fill out the
registration form and contain information about how the project came to
be. These slides may be tweaked to also include information about the
partner, but we would appreciate it if our story remained in this part
in some shape or form.</p>
<p>Slide 4: YPI Cohort 11’s mission statement for CultureBridge Tulsa.</p>
<p>Slide 5: The purpose of the information presentation, the outcomes we
hope to gain by the end of it, and the methods we will use to achieve
those outcomes.</p>
<p>Slide 6: A brief overview of the topics that
will be covered in the presentation.</p>
<p>Slide 7: Slide 7 introduces the story of Pedro, an immigrant who will be
brought back throughout the entire presentation in order to show and
prove the real-life consequences of going against immigrants. The
purpose of having a true story of an immigrant in the presentation is to
make the facts and statistics personally impactful for every audience
member.</p>
<p>Slide 8: This is the first of the question slides. The purpose of this
is to ensure active engagement of the audience during the entire
presentation and to better help solidify the statistics and information
within the audience’s mind. </p>
<p>Slide 9: A bar chart that depicts the status of U.S immigrants today,
including the immigrant population size as well as the regions they have
migrated from.</p>
<p>Slide 10: Includes the number of documented as well as undocumented
immigrants in Oklahoma.</p>
<p>Slide 11: This is another question slide with the same purpose as
mentioned above. </p>
<p>Slide 12: This slide contains information about the educational level
for immigrants in the United States. The information this represents
shows how immigrants compared to native-born citizens usually have a
lower level of education other than in the advanced degrees section. It
is important for the audience to know the educational inequality between
foreign born and native-born citizens as it is one of the many issues
immigrants are facing.</p>
<p>Slide 13: This slide is similar to the previous slide except it is
talking about immigrants from Oklahoma instead of a national scale.</p>
<p>Slide 14: This is another question slide like slide 8 and 11. The
purpose is the same.</p>
<p>Slide 15: The slide will transition from education right into income as
these two subjects will have a correlation with one another. This slide
will mainly contain information about the income equality between
immigrants and native-born citizens with immigrants having lower levels
of income compared to native-born citizens. It will also contain
information of immigrant households being bigger than native-born
citizens showing how immigrants have to pay for more people while
working with less money.</p>
<p>Slide 16: Research conducted by the New American Economy that highlights
the impact immigrants have had on the national economy.
(<a href="https://www.google.com/url?q=https://www.newamericaneconomy.org/locations/national/?type%26issue&amp;sa=D&amp;ust=1587343624266000">https://www.newamericaneconomy.org/locations/national/?type&amp;issue</a>)</p>
<p>Slide 17: Research conducted by the New American Economy that highlights
the impact immigrants have had on the city of Tulsa’s economy.
(<a href="https://www.google.com/url?q=https://research.newamericaneconomy.org/report/new-americans-in-tulsa/&amp;sa=D&amp;ust=1587343624267000">https://research.newamericaneconomy.org/report/new-americans-in-tulsa/</a>)</p>
<p>Slides 18-20: These slides serve as an explanation of the Simulation and
a transition to it.</p>
<p>Slide 21: The follow-up survey link, which should be shown and talked
about after the Debrief is completed.</p>
<p>Importance of the Information</p>
<p>Economic Impact&ndash;Not many people are aware of how much of the national
and local economies is fueled by the work of immigrants. It is important
to focus on this topic to emphasize their contributions and to not let
them go unnoticed.</p>
<p>National vs Local Statistics&ndash;While presenting national statistics is
important and gives participants almost a bird’s eye view of immigrants’
impact in this country, it can also be difficult for participants to
process the information being given to them at such a high volume. But
when the statistics are focused on a specific community that a
participant is a part of, the statistics begin to become more than just
numbers; they start to become something that participants are tied to,
and the reality that real immigrants who encounter such obstacles in
life exist right there in their community begins to set in. The strategy
of adding local statistics is aimed to develop the sense of empathy
early on in the CultureBridge Tulsa experience.</p>
<p>Education and Income - These two topics will be very important as both
education and income levels of immigrants are on average, lower than
that of native-born citizens. These two topics will show the discrepancy
between immigrants and native-borns showing how it is important to help
confront these issues.</p>
<p>U.S. and Oklahoma Status on Immigrants&ndash; It is important to understand
the number of documented as well as undocumented immigrants in the U.S.
It must be recognized that not all immigrants are the same and that they
migrate from different areas.</p>
<p>Multiple-Choice Questions: There are three slides of multiple-choice
questions spread out throughout the presentation. They are included in
order to ensure maximum participation, engagement, and attention of the
audience members. They also serve the second purpose of helping the
audience truly grasp and remember certain statistics and key information
to help them along their journey of truly gaining an understanding of
immigrants and learning to empathize with them for the betterment of
society.</p>
<p>Factual Immigrant Story: A true story of an immigrant, Pedro, is
included throughout the presentation. Linking facts and statistics with
personal emotions and impacts to truly allow the audience to grasp the
consequences of certain situations. This inclusion of the story helps
make seemingly inapplicable information to the average citizen become a
matter of personal distress. The story helps increase the empathy of the
audience towards immigrants as well as preparing them for possible
experiences within the simulation.</p>
<h2 id="what-is-in-the-presentation">What is in the Presentation</h2>
<h3 id="contents">Contents</h3>
<p><strong>Slides 1-3:</strong> These slides remind participants to fill out the registration form and contain information about how the project came to be. These slides may be tweaked to also include information about the partner, but it would be greatly appreciated if Cohort 11 of YPI&rsquo;s story remained in this part in some shape or form. (<a href="https://www.culturebridgetulsa.com/">https://www.culturebridgetulsa.com/</a>)</p>
<p><strong>Slide 4:</strong> Cohort 11 of YPI’s mission statement for CultureBridge Tulsa.</p>
<p><strong>Slide 5:</strong> The purpose of the information presentation, the outcomes we hope to gain by the end of it, and the methods we will use to achieve those outcomes.</p>
<p><strong>Slide 6:</strong> A brief overview of the topics that will be covered in the presentation.</p>
<p><strong>Slide 7:</strong> This slide introduces the story of Pedro, a true story of an immigrant followed throughout the presentation. (<a href="https://www.nytimes.com/2014/06/09/us/for-illegal-immigrants-american-life-lived-in-shadows.html">https://www.nytimes.com/2014/06/09/us/for-illegal-immigrants-american-life-lived-in-shadows.html</a>)</p>
<p><strong>Slide 8:</strong> This is the first of the question slides which can be found throughout the presentation. (<a href="https://www.americanimmigrationcouncil.org/research/immigrants-in-the-united-states">https://www.americanimmigrationcouncil.org/research/immigrants-in-the-united-states</a>)</p>
<p><strong>Slide 9:</strong> A bar chart that depicts the status of U.S immigrants today, including the immigrant population size as well as the regions they have migrated from. (<a href="https://www.americanimmigrationcouncil.org/research/immigrants-in-the-united-states">https://www.americanimmigrationcouncil.org/research/immigrants-in-the-united-states</a>)</p>
<p><strong>Slide 10:</strong> Includes the number of documented as well as undocumented immigrants in Oklahoma. (<a href="https://www.americanimmigrationcouncil.org/research/immigrants-in-oklahoma">https://www.americanimmigrationcouncil.org/research/immigrants-in-oklahoma</a>)</p>
<p><strong>Slide 11:</strong> This is another question slide. (<a href="https://www.census.gov/newsroom/blogs/random-samplings/2017/03/immigrant_familiesa.html">https://www.census.gov/newsroom/blogs/random-samplings/2017/03/immigrant_familiesa.html</a>)</p>
<p><strong>Slide 12:</strong> This slide contains information about the educational level for immigrants in the United States. The information this represents shows how immigrants compared to native-born citizens usually have a lower level of education other than in the advanced degrees section. (<a href="https://www.census.gov/newsroom/blogs/random-samplings/2017/03/immigrant_familiesa.html">https://www.census.gov/newsroom/blogs/random-samplings/2017/03/immigrant_familiesa.html</a>)</p>
<p><strong>Slide 13:</strong> This slide is similar to the previous slide except it is talking about immigrants from Oklahoma instead of a national scale. (<a href="https://www.americanimmigrationcouncil.org/research/immigrants-in-oklahoma">https://www.americanimmigrationcouncil.org/research/immigrants-in-oklahoma</a>)</p>
<p><strong>Slide 14:</strong> This is another question slide like slide 8 and 11. (<a href="https://www.stlouisfed.org/publications/regional-economist/second-quarter-2017/comparing-income-education-and-job-data-for-immigrants-vs-those-born-in-us">https://www.stlouisfed.org/publications/regional-economist/second-quarter-2017/comparing-income-education-and-job-data-for-immigrants-vs-those-born-in-us</a>)</p>
<p><strong>Slide 15:</strong> This slide will mainly contain information about the income inequality between immigrants and native-born citizens with immigrants having lower levels of income compared to native-born citizens and how another important information is that immigrant households are typically bigger than native-born immigrants. (<a href="https://www.stlouisfed.org/publications/regional-economist/second-quarter-2017/comparing-income-education-and-job-data-for-immigrants-vs-those-born-in-us">https://www.stlouisfed.org/publications/regional-economist/second-quarter-2017/comparing-income-education-and-job-data-for-immigrants-vs-those-born-in-us</a>)</p>
<p><strong>Slide 16:</strong> Research conducted by the New American Economy that highlights the impact immigrants have had on the national economy. (<a href="https://www.newamericaneconomy.org/locations/national/?type&amp;issue">https://www.newamericaneconomy.org/locations/national/?type&amp;issue</a>)</p>
<p><strong>Slide 17:</strong> Research conducted by the New American Economy that highlights the impact immigrants have had on the city of Tulsa’s economy. (<a href="https://www.google.com/url?q=https://research.newamericaneconomy.org/report/new-americans-in-tulsa/&amp;sa=D&amp;ust=1587343624267000">https://research.newamericaneconomy.org/report/new-americans-in-tulsa/</a>)</p>
<p><strong>Slides 18-20:</strong> These slides serve as an explanation of the Simulation and a transition to it.</p>
<p><strong>Slide 21:</strong> The follow-up survey link, which should be shown and talked about after the Debrief is completed.</p>
<h3 id="importance-of-the-information">Importance of the Information</h3>
<p><strong>U.S. and Oklahoma Status on Immigrants</strong>&ndash;It is important to understand the number of documented as well as undocumented immigrants in the U.S. It must be further known that not all immigrants are the same and that they migrate from different areas.</p>
<p><strong>Education and Income</strong>&ndash;It is important for the audience to know the educational inequality between foreign-born and native born citizens since their education level ultimately affects their income and consequently their quality of life.</p>
<p><strong>Economic Impact</strong>&ndash;Not many people are aware of how much of the national and local economies is fueled by the work of immigrants. It is important to focus on this topic to emphasize their contributions and to not let them go unnoticed.</p>
<p><strong>National vs Local Statistics</strong>&ndash;While presenting national statistics is important and gives participants almost a bird’s eye view of immigrants’ impact in this country, it can also be difficult for participants to process the high volume of information being given to them. But when participants are presented with statistics that are focused on a specific community they are a part of, they start to become more than just numbers; they become something that participants are tied to. The reality that local immigrants are contributing immensely to their community yet they still face certain barriers begins to set in. The strategy of adding local statistics is aimed to develop the sense of empathy for community immigrants early on in the CultureBridge Tulsa experience.</p>
<p><strong>Multiple-Choice Questions</strong>&ndash;There are three slides of multiple-choice questions spread out throughout the presentation. They are included in order to ensure maximum participation, engagement, and attention of the audience members. They also serve the second purpose of helping the audience truly grasp and remember certain statistics and key information to help them along their journey of truly gaining an understanding of immigrants and learning to empathize with them for the betterment of society.</p>
<p><strong>Factual Immigrant Story</strong>&ndash;A true story of an immigrant, Pedro, is included throughout the presentation. Linking facts and statistics with personal emotions and impacts to truly allow the audience to grasp the consequences of certain situations. This inclusion of the story helps make seemingly inapplicable information to the average citizen become a matter of personal distress. The story helps increase the empathy of the audience towards immigrants as well as preparing them for possible experiences within the simulation.</p>
<hr>
<h3 id="heading"></h3>
<h3 id="giving-instructions">Giving Instructions</h3>
<p>On slides 18, 19, and 20 in the information presentation, we have
incorporated details to the simulation set-up as well as the
instructions. These instructions should be given to the participants who
walk through the simulation as immigrants.</p>
<p>On slide 19, pictures of an immigrant’s character cards (Bsquil Antar)
are displayed for the audience to see. This is done in order to inform
the participants what they should expect to see for their own character.
The introductory character card should include language level, country
of origin, and background information. The event cards that are further
presented on slide 19 include an event that has occurred and two choices
that lead to certain outcomes. As explained in the instructions, each
decision will lead to a station in which participants obtain the next
card and continue their journey. In displaying as well as explaining the
<h2 id="giving-instructions">Giving Instructions</h2>
<p>On slides 18, 19, and 20 in the information presentation, we have incorporated details to the simulation set-up as well as the instructions. These instructions should be given to the participants who walk through the simulation as immigrants.</p>
<p>On slide 19, pictures of an immigrant’s character cards (Bsquil Antar) are displayed for the audience to see. This is done in order to inform the participants what they should expect to see for their own character. The introductory character card should include language level, country of origin, and background information. The event cards that are further presented on slide 19 include an event that has occurred and two choices that lead to certain outcomes. As explained in the instructions, each decision will lead to a station in which participants obtain the next card and continue their journey. In displaying as well as explaining the
character and event cards of the immigrants, the participants are able
to easily comprehend what to do on their journey.</p>
<p>Slide 20 offers a brief and concise summary of the participants’
instructions: read the character cards, begin the journey, return home,
and debrief.</p>
<h3 id="after-the-presentation">After the Presentation</h3>
<p>Following the presentation, the participants should read the character
cards and begin their journey.  </p>
<p><a href="#cmnt_ref1">[a]</a>Make sure to use affirmative language</p>
<p><a href="#cmnt_ref2">[b]</a>Mention YPI and C11 and CultureBridge Tulsa and how
we created the project</p>
<p><a href="#cmnt_ref3">[c]</a>Add comment about intro script</p>
<p><a href="#cmnt_ref4">[d]</a>Check to see if any of these descriptions can be
shortened.</p>
<p><a href="#cmnt_ref5">[e]</a>Finish</p>
<p><a href="#cmnt_ref6">[f]</a>I added links to my slides just so our partner has
access to where we got our information. Should we do this for the rest
of the slides as well?</p>
<p>Slide 20 offers a brief and concise summary of the participants’ instructions: read the character cards, begin the journey, return home, and debrief.</p>
<hr>
<h2 id="after-the-presentation">After the Presentation</h2>
<p>Following the presentation, the participants should read the character cards and begin their journey.</p>
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<p><strong><span style="text-decoration:underline;">CultureBridge Mission</span></strong>: Through participation in an interactive simulation, we promote a greater understanding of the immigrant experience to inspire the people of Tulsa to empathize with immigrants and to unite against cultural and political barriers.</p>
<p><strong><span style="text-decoration:underline;">Purpose</span></strong>: To ensure, through reflection, that participants use the lessons of the simulation to empathize with the immigrant community and create positive, lasting action.</p>
<p><strong><span style="text-decoration:underline;">Outcomes</span></strong>:</p>
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<li>All misunderstandings about the conduct of the simulation are cleared up.</li>
<li>Participants have had the opportunity to focus on serious reflection regarding their experiences and emotions during the simulation.</li>
<li>Participants empathise with immigrants in their communities and feel motivated to help them.</li>
<li>Participants are given a concrete path forward towards future involvement in their immigrant community.</li>
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<p><strong><span style="text-decoration:underline;">Methods</span></strong>: <em>See below.</em></p>
<h2 id="introduction-to-the-simulation">Introduction to the Simulation</h2>
<h3 id="starting-off">Starting off</h3>
<p>After the intro committee explains the outline of the simulation in the  introduction presentation, the participants will be able to read their first card and begin their journey. Each card has options for the participants. They must choose one location to go to, but if they choose wrong the cards will guide them back to the right direction.</p>
<h3 id="the-role-of-the-station-facilitators">The Role of the Station Facilitators</h3>
<p>The role of the facilitators is to help create a realistic scenario for the participant to feel like they are a real immigrant, to experience the good and the bad. The facilitators hand out the next cards and treat the participants good or bad, depending on their lanyards. Each participants will have a different view of their story, which is good because no two experiences are the same in the real world, either.</p>
<h2 id="the-simulation">The Simulation</h2>
<h3 id="setup">Setup</h3>
<p>Each station has personal instructions in their designated folder. All stations should put their station sign on the front of their table, and lay out their cards/other resources in the style that is most easily accessible for them in the simulation. More specific  set up details will be entailed in individual station packets which differ for each station. Follow the rest of the instructions carefully to fully be set for the simulation. When you are done, help others set up their stations. When the simulation starts, each facilitator should be seated at their station, quietly and attentively.</p>
<h3 id="introduction">Introduction</h3>
<p>After Intro’s presentation, the participants will start, and the facilitators must be in character for their simulation role.</p>
<h3 id="going-through-the-simulation">Going through the Simulation</h3>
<p>Use the personal “Simulation” instructions in the station packet information. The instructions include the tips that previous facilitators have carefully reviewed and used successfully that will help you work more efficiently. Please take your role seriously and most authentically to help bring the full affect to the participants.</p>
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<p><strong>CultureBridge Mission</strong>: Through participation in an interactive simulation, we promote a greater understanding of the immigrant experience to inspire the people of Tulsa to empathize with immigrants and to unite against cultural and political barriers.</p>
<p><strong>Purpose</strong>: To measure the impact and effectiveness of the simulation.</p>
<p><strong>Outcomes</strong>: The effectiveness of the simulation is quantifiable.</p>
<p><strong>Methods</strong>: See below.</p>
<h2 id="introduction-to-the-surveys">Introduction to the Surveys</h2>
<h3 id="the-importance-of-surveys">The Importance of Surveys</h3>
<p>Surveys ensure that the simulation is efficient. Participants should leave the simulation with more empathy and understanding of the immigrant experience. Surveys provide a concrete method of measuring this empathy and working out any kinks or flaws in the simulation. In addition, survey results allow us to create a network of contacts through which we can distribute information about getting involved in the immigrant community.</p>
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<p>The first survey is the registration survey which asks questions pertaining to participants&rsquo; original stance on immigration, previous knowledge of the immigrant experience, and their contact information. This contact information is mandatory as it allows the facilitators to notify participants of the simulation’s logistics and to send more surveys following the simulation. The registration survey should be taken prior to the simulation, either at home or before the introduction.</p>
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<p>The first follow up survey should be taken immediately following the simulation. This survey reflects the experience of the simulation itself, helping the facilitators improve the simulation, and measure the immediate effect of the simulation. The survey assesses how well the simulation created empathy, explained an immigrant’s life, and motivated the participants to act.</p>
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<p>Another survey should be sent a month after the simulation to assess the simulation’s long term impact. When the participants took the initial follow-up survey, they were on an emotional high and immigration was on their mind. Over the course of a month, life gets in the way. The One Month Follow Up Survey helps the facilitators know the long term impact and make the necessary changes to the simulation or action packet. This survey also serves as a reminder to the participants about the simulation and how they can help.</p>
<h2 id="conclusion-of-the-surveys">Conclusion of the Surveys</h2>
<p>To distribute the surveys, copy the link and send it out to the participants. After the surveys are completed, click the spreadsheet button at the top right corner of the form to access the data. From there, you can view all the participants&rsquo; responses to analyse and improve the simulation.</p>
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<p><em>Creating empathy. Connecting communities.</em></p>
<h2 id="our-mission">Our Mission</h2>
<p>Through participation in an interactive simulation, we promote a greater understanding of the immigrant experience to inspire the people of Tulsa to empathize with immigrants and to unite against cultural and political barriers.</p>
<h3 id="what-is-culturebridge">What is CultureBridge?</h3>
<p>Founded by local high school students of diverse backgrounds, CultureBridge offers a brand-new perspective on immigrant life in the United States of America. As our team of 28 students came together, we recognized a lack of empathy for the immigrant experience amongst non-immigrant communities. How could we bridge this gap of understanding? After collaborating with the New Tulsans Initiative, communicating with community organizations, and researching best practices, we created the CultureBridge Immigrant Simulation. By taking on the role of an immigrant in contemporary America, participants have the opportunity to experience both the joys and the hardships of immigrating to and living in our country.</p>
<h3 id="why-does-our-community-need-culturebridge">Why Does Our Community Need CultureBridge?</h3>
<p>Now more than ever, our community and our nation can benefit from an organization like CultureBridge, which shatters barriers, social stigmas, and perceptions on the immigrant population. By fostering empathy for the immigrant population, participants are given the tools to take action against polarization and instead, promote unity.</p>
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<p>CultureBridge Tulsa is unique in that participants are able to step into the stories of real immigrants. Participants become witnesses to not only the process of becoming an immigrant in America but also all of the emotions that it comes with. CultureBridge is tailored to develop empathy for the immigrant community, leading participants toward a more culturally aware and responsible future.</p>
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<p>Youth Philanthropy Initiative equips teens with the necessary tools and understanding to become social entrepreneurs. Teens in YPI are socially and culturally aware, building their projects around issues or problems they believe are pertinent in the Tulsa community. All YPI projects are built to be sustainable through research, organization, and long-term planning, giving students hands-on experiences to use in college and beyond. YPI students are involved in leadership, athletics, speech and debate, art, programming, but they all come together with the same passion to make tangible change in their communities.</p>
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