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"Improving Cultural Competence: Stages of Racial and Cultural Identity Development"

The development of culturally responsive clinical skills is vital to the effectiveness of behavioral health services. According to the U. S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), cultural competence “refers to the ability to honor and respect the beliefs, languages, interpersonal styles, and behaviors of individuals and families receiving services, as well as staff members who are providing such services. Treatment Improvement Protocol (TIP) Series, No. 59, Center for Substance Abuse Treatment.

  • Race and Racialized Identity

"Some Aspects and Assumptions of White Culture in the United States"

While different individuals might not practice or accept all of these traits, they are common characteristics of most U.S. white people most of the time. JudithH.Katz ©1990. The Kaleel Jamison Consulting Group, Inc.

  • Whiteness

"Five Tips to Teach Children Mindfulness & Meditation"

Meditation and mindfulness were commonly seen as adult “pursuits” for many years, but that has all started to change. There is an increasing interest in teaching children these methods to help them relax, de-stress and learn how to connect to their own inner source of calm.. Written by Lorraine Murray.

  • Self-Care
  • Families and Caregivers

"Bias Isn't Just A Police Problem, It's A Preschool Problem"

A new study out of Yale found that pre-K teachers, white and black alike, spend more time watching black boys, expecting trouble. From Cory Turner, NPR.

  • Bias

oneTILT: The future is inclusive

We can all do better. At oneTILT, they help organizations become more diverse and inclusive. One leader at a time.

  • Social Identities and Systems of Oppression
  • Persons Committed to Equity

"Oppression Without Bigots"

By Abby L. Ferber, Ph.D. and Dena R. Samuels, Ph.D., this factsheet examines the seemingly paradoxical problem that despite decreasing levels of overt bigotry and prejudice, oppression and inequality remain enduring features of US society. In this factsheet, we examine the concept of oppression, provide a brief snapshot of contemporary inequality in the US., introduce the concept of privilege, and provide a theoretical model for understanding the matrix of privilege and oppression.

  • Social Identities and Systems of Oppression
  • Persons Committed to Equity

"Can Nonprofits Help Public Agencies Adopt More People-Centered Approaches?"

"Can social service agencies…shift from a focus on isolated needs—safety, housing, health, or employment—in favor of a broad view that supports human well-being?” This is a central question that David Bornstein in the New York Times poses in an article that profiles a nonprofit called the Full Frame Initiative. Written by Steve Dubb

  • Community Building
  • Persons Committed to Equity

"Race Is a Social Construct, Scientists Argue"

Racial categories are weak proxies for genetic diversity and need to be phased out. By Megan Gannon, LiveScience.

  • Race and Racialized Identity
  • Educators

The Color Line

Teaching Activity. By Bill Bigelow. A lesson on the countless colonial laws enacted to create division and inequality based on race. This helps students understand the origins of racism in the United States and who benefits.

  • Historical Foundations of Race
  • Educators

"First Encounters With Race and Racism: Teaching Ideas for Classroom Conversations"

By Jinnie Spiegler for The New York Times. Race and racism are topics that regularly populate our news feeds and affect a wide variety of people in profound ways. But discussions about these topics can be difficult and provoke strong emotions.

  • Race and Racialized Identity
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