Know Thyself: Cultivating Cultural Humility

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In partnership with Kids Hope Alliance and Voices Institute, The Partnership for Child Health - Jacksonville System of Care presents: Know Thyself: Cultivating Cultural Humility.

Our nation is grappling with a “pandemic within a pandemic,” coronavirus (COVID-19) and racism. The coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has amplified existing racial and ethnic disparities in vulnerable and marginalized populations, and across systems. Along with disparate outcomes for people of color due to COVID-19, there is heightened racial unrest as a result of the horrific deaths of Armaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor, George Floyd and many others. It is critical that communities acknowledge and confront racial trauma and examine biases in brave and gracious spaces through the lens of cultural humility. Participants will explore their racial socialization process, implicit/explicit bias, and strategies to mitigate bias and promote anti-racism.

Participants will be able to:

1)   Describe their racial socialization process;

2)   Define cultural humility and strategies to actualize the three elements of cultural humility;

3)   Distinguish between implicit and explicit bias; and

4)   List strategies to manage bias and identify personal steps for change in moving towards anti-racism.

This course will be broadcasted and recorded via Zoom Meeting and uses PowerPoint presentation, lecture, and discussions for instruction. You must register for this course by logging into your account before attending the Zoom Meeting.

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Meeting ID: 962 2567 1860

Password: 842951 

This training is funded by The Partnership for Child Health - Jacksonville System of Care and provided to participants free of charge.

Please honor the rights of course creators. Do not copy, distribute, or recreate materials without first obtaining expressed permission. The Kids Hope Alliance protects the rights of participants from discrimination based gender, ethnicity, religion, age, disability, socioeconomic status, and/or sexual orientation during the delivery of content in a learning event. Please notify Training Department if there are discriminatory practices during a training session.

If you will not be able to attend the course, please cancel your enrollment by selecting "unregister" or contact Kids Hope Alliance Training Department at or 904-255-4470. 

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