for help with developing cultural competence, we recommend ACTIVE BYSTANDER TRAINING for historically privileged persons and STORYTELLING TRAINING for historically marginalized persons, both provided by social justice communications consultant tameka bell. these interactive trainings recognize the differences in the work different persons need to do depending on their historic relationship to power. either will help you build courage and competence in your abilities to relate to and stand with those seeking justice. for pricing.
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there are plenty of organizations and individuals doing training that helps develop cultural competence and offering services that speak with cultural competence. The following are a few of the ones doing most excellent work:
– father of critical race theory, derrick bell’s 1992 explanation of the terms on which people of color, black people in particular, are constrained to enter into public life in america, excerpted from his seminal volume Faces at the Bottom of the Well: The Permanence of Racism (BTW, they perfectly explain the Charles Barkley phenomenon.)