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Cultural Humility: The Intersection of Values and Decisions

  • Wednesday, April 13, 2022
  • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM (EDT)
  • Zoom

Presenter: Dr. Natalie Bembry-Moore, Rutgers University

Everything in our lives revolves around our values and biases: how we dress, what type of car we drive, educational pursuits, career goals, etc. What happens when our values and biases impede on our professional life? We make decisions based on how we see the world, not necessarily how the world is. Cultural humility is based on one’s ability to engage in individual accountability and institutional accountability. Individual accountability is based on critical self-reflection and critique, lifelong learning, and the challenging of power imbalances. Institutional accountability requires one to challenge structural power. This session will: 

(1) explore ways to engage in critical self-reflection and critique; 

(2) describe how values and beliefs impact interactions in our personal and professional lives; and 

(3) strategize ways to collectively model and practice in cultural humility in one’s personal and professional life.

Join the session here:    https://zoom.us/j/9599365425

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