Sandy Holman Discusses the Cultural Competency Continuum

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fkf5EvXNCKE&feature=youtu.be Cultural Destructiveness Cultural Incapacity Cultural Blindness Cultural Pre-Competence Cultural Competence Cultural Proficiency

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#BlackLivesMatter

Guest post by Veena Bansal Anyone who has stolen a few glances at the news, scrolled through their Facebook newsfeed, or perused through any other social media outlets recently is, without a doubt, aware of the deaths of Michael Brown and Eric Garner. I am going to be forthright about my opinion and say that … Continue reading #BlackLivesMatter

For the Love of Music, Celebrate the Holidays with The Culture C.O.-O.P.

For the Love of Music, Celebrate the Holidays with The Culture C.O.-O.P. DAVIS, Dec. 11, 2014 -- The Culture C.O.-O.P. and United in Unity are throwing a music-themed holiday benefit! This community event will take place on Friday, December 12th at Let Them Eat Cake in Davis, CA from 6:00-8:00 PM. “For the Love of … Continue reading For the Love of Music, Celebrate the Holidays with The Culture C.O.-O.P.

Why Ferguson Matters to Asian Americans

Guest post by Glenda Li This Thanksgiving break, while updating my dearest mother, I casually mentioned that I might move to Canada one day. She seemed extremely annoyed at this. I speculated that she might have thought how ridiculous it was that her family used everything they had to move to America to provide a better … Continue reading Why Ferguson Matters to Asian Americans

“Of 3,200 children’s books published [in the U.S.] in 2013, just 93 were about black people.”

Written by Charity Peets Everything in a child’s environment clues him or her in on prevailing standards. Apartheid of Children’s Literature, an article written by Christopher Myers, highlights the fact that “Of 3,200 children’s books published [in the U.S.] in 2013, just 93 were about black people.” I wasn’t aware of these disappointing numbers, but … Continue reading “Of 3,200 children’s books published [in the U.S.] in 2013, just 93 were about black people.”