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The following resources have been gathered to supplement the Curricula Enhancement Module Series.

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Cultural Awareness Resources

Self-Assessment Checklist Series

The Cultural Competence Health Practitioner Instrument, at

Exercise 2: Attitudes Toward Families and Culture, from the System of Care Primer Hands-On, Skill Building in Strategy for System of Care Leaders

Ten Things You Can Do to fight Prejudice and Racism, American Psychological Association, at

Ideas for Taking Action, from The Spokane Task Force on Race Relations, 2002,

Project Implicit: an Internet-based exercise on hidden bias,

Developing cross-cultural competence: A guide for working with children and their families. 3rd edition. (2004). E. W. Lynch & M. J. Hanson, Baltimore, MD: Paul H. Brookes.

Barnga: A Simulation Game on Cultural Clashes, by Sivasailam Thiagarajan
1990 Intercultural Press.

"What Kind of Black are We?" Afi-Odelia E. Scruggs, (Color Lines) Sunday, 7/29/07 The Washington Post B02. used with permission.

“How I Learned to Treat My Bias” Manoj Jain, Sunday, 4/15/07 The Washington Post. B07. used with permission.

NCCC Training Clips

Clip 1: Cultural Factors That Influence Diversity Among Individuals and Groups

Clip 2: What Is Culture? NEW: Listen to Audio!


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