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The Journey Continues…”Being Culturally Responsive in Urban Settings”

The Journey Continues…

Identifying and Challenging Cultural Barriers to Providing Culturally Responsive Care

…Peeling the Onion!

 

Based on feedback from the January 2014 conference, this workshop focuses on applications. Participants will be provided the opportunity to identify and explore options to 10 cultural barriers that inhibit providing culturally responsive care within themselves and/or their organizations.

Please bring case examples and questions
from your on-going work and/or personal lives.

The session will provide time for self reflection and interactive engagement. The goal is to support effective work in the emotional, cognitive and behavioral domains, as well as to understand the intersections of the personal, interpersonal, institutional and cultural levels of change.

This practical application conference is for ALL who support urban youth and families: educators, social service providers, health and human services providers, victim and offender survivors, clergy, funders and policy makers!

 

FREE and LIMITED to 50 attendees.

However, you must REGISTER to attend.

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The Journey Continues!




 April 1, 2015  |  10a to 3p

Roxbury Community College

Student Center:  2nd Floor Cafeteria
Parking:  Centre Street Lot (P2)

 

KEYNOTE & PLENARY SPEAKERS: TBA

 






 

Plenaries: 

  1. Identifying and changing barriers to culturally responsive care and service delivery
  2. Developing strategies for self care
  3. Identifying effective philanthropic and policy change strategies for creating peace at the personal, interpersonal, institutional, and cultural levels

Poster Session:

  • Attendees will SHOW what they have been doing this year of being culturally responsive!
  • A Poster Session is a graphic presentation of an agency’s information and impact.
  • Agencies illustrate processes, research findings, or events by displaying graphs, photos, diagrams and a small amount of text on the poster boards.

CEUs:

  • 4 CEU credit hours are available for a fee of $20; payable on site.

Sponsors:

  • Because being culturally responsive is critical to providing effective and sustainable care in urban communities, your financial partnership enables VISIONS, Inc.
    and the Louis D. Brown Peace Institute to continue our watershed work equipping providers, supporting survivors, educating gatekeepers, and influencing policy.
  • Donations of every amount are welcome; make donations here .

 

 

 “Until the killing of black men, black mother’s sons, is as important as the killing of white men, white mothers, sons, we who believe in freedom cannot rest.”
~Sweet Honey in the Rock

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