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Cultural Humility and Civil Unrest; Historical Strategies in Transforming Communities

Thursday, 02/07/2019
10:45 AM
12:00 PM
Chesapeake G-I

Description

Cultural humility is an ongoing process in which individuals expand their capacity for learning, listening and understanding, regardless of the length of time they have spent relating to cultures other their own. Civil unrest is a part of a process where individuals and groups exercise their ability to recognize and redress power-imbalances that exist within their immediate social and organizational structures to effect change. This training is designed to help the participants understand historical approaches/strategies that were effective in community mobilization and change – transforming them into proactive, engaging communities. Embedded in the Strategic Prevention Framework, cultural competence (humility) demands that our approach is culturally relevant and responsive while engaging the community.

Learning Objectives

At the end of this session, participants will be able to develop and implement strategies of community transformation within a historical context, commit to a lifelong process of learning and critical self-refection and  redress imbalances of power for respectful partnerships and collaborations

29th Annual National Leadership Forum & SAMHSA's 15th Prevention Day

Presenters

Earl Greene
Community Development Specialist
Finger Lakes Prevention Resource Center