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Cultural Humility Pt 1. On Demand

Cultural Humility Pt 1. On Demand

ZOOM Link to Pt. 1 of the Cultural Humility 5-Part series. Information on Pt. 1 Below.

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SLP Private Practice in Color previously hosted the "Call to Action"  Virtual Town Hall Meeting, a panel discussion lead by diverse Speech-Language Pathologists that addressed the racial disparities within the field and the Black communities we service. In order to continue the push for equity, we have developed this 5-Part Webinar Series that allows for an in-depth discussion into the historical basis of racial disparities that adversely impact the Black community and presents solutions to closing those gaps. Each part will be lead by an expert panelist who addresses: the historical background/context of racism, systematic racism in the Health Field, systematic racism in Education, Cultural Intersectionality, and the plan for equity respectively. 


Part 1: Historical Context

Part 1 of the webinar series addressed the historical background of racism in America towards the Black Community. The webinar established the timeline of Black people in America from Africa, the Middle Passage, American Slavery, Reconstruction Era, Civil Rights Era, Post Civil Rights Era, to the present. This discussion was lead by Robert Edison, Distinguished Visiting Professor of American Studies on Race, President of the W. Marvin Dulaney Branch (Dallas/FtWorth) of the Association for the Study of African American Life and Story (ASALH), and Ethnicity at Oklahoma Christian University and Founder of the Dallas ISD Center for Cultural Understanding. Full speaker bio located on homepage.

·Introduction to Historical Context

o Myth of African Savagery- denounce myth with historical background of Africa and its global contributions, people/cultures

o Impact of American Slavery- economic, psychological, and social impact

o Impact of Racism-Overt vs Covert, Racial disparities and historical context, systemic racism, systemic racism's impact on the field of speech language pathology 

o Dismantling racism through Public and Museum education-within American society and the field of speech language pathology


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