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Social Justice: Cultural Sensitivity

This guide was compiled as an introduction to resources on the topics of (1) racial disparity, (2) racial diversity, (3) implicit bias & microaggression, (4) cultural sensitivity, & (5) protests.

Cultural Sensitivity

Cultural sensitivity and cultural competence refer to one's awareness and acceptance of cultures other than their own. This includes understanding cultural differences as well as knowledge of how to address disparity. This section shares resources that unpack cultural sensitivity and discuss the importance of this work.


Table of Contents: Cultural Sensitivity

Books

Articles

Databases

Organizations

Websites

Blogs

Videos


 

Books (available at HUSL Library)

Articles

Organizations

Websites

Blogs

Videos

TED--The urgency of intersectionality | Kimberlé Crenshaw (2016)

A TED talk discussing intersectionality and the importance of addressing race and gender bias.


 

TED--The Danger of a Single Story | Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie (2009)

A TED talk emphasizing the importance of listening to many stories and perpectives to increase awareness and understanding.

 

 

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