FROM CULTURAL COMPETENCE TO CULTURAL HUMILITY: IDENTIFYING KEY SKILLS IN ADDRESSING RACIAL BIAS IN CHILD WELFARE PRACTICE WEBINAR

Wednesday, May 31 2017 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM [EST]

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Wednesday, May 31 2017 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM [EST]

The Racial Justice Workforce Development Committee is pleased to Announce:

 

FROM CULTURAL COMPETENCE TO CULTURAL HUMILITY: IDENTIFYING KEY SKILLS IN ADDRESSING RACIAL BIAS IN CHILD WELFARE PRACTICE WEBINAR

 

Present by Anthony DeJesus, Ed.D, LMSW - USJ

This webinar reviews definitions of cultural competence and provides a review of related concepts that address critiques of cultural competence. The concepts include Intersectionality, Implicit Bias and Cultural Humility.

Training Objectives: Participants will become familiar with definitions of cultural competence and a number of related concepts such as Intersectionality, Implicit Bias and Cultural Humility.

 

Participants will become familiar with practice principals and skills for culturally responsive child welfare practice. 

 

Details on how to call into the webinar will be sent at a latter date. 

Connecticut DCF

Tracy Davis tracy.davis@ct.gov

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