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Open Sessions: Entering Communities: Cultural Humility

Uptown Campus
CPS Conference Room

This workshop is ideal for service-learners who have already participated in Entering Communities parts 1 and/or part 2 as an alternative session.

This workshop is intended for students to explore the concept of cultural humility in the context of community engagement. Student will have an opportunity to reflect on their own cultural values and narratives, and explore ways to communicate and collaborate across difference in an open, respectful and horizontal way.

  • Participants will learn about and engage in dialogue around culture and the concept of cultural humility.

  • Participants will have an opportunity to explore their own cultural lenses and the examine the way their values, practices and beliefs might inform how they see and interact with the world around them.

  • Participants will have the opportunity to reflect on the importance of cultural humility in community engagement, including the role of  self-awareness, critical analysis of systemic oppression and the need for continuous learning.

*Workshops with 8 RSVP's or less will be rescheduled. 

Contact Ben Brubaker (bbrubake@tulane.edu) with any questions. 

The Entering Communities: Cultural Humility workshop is designed for 1st or 2nd-tier service learning courses,. If you have not participated in any Entering Communities workshops yet, we encourage you to attend a "1st Tier" workshop.

Center for Public Service

For more information on this event, please visit https://tulane.campuslabs.com/engage/event/5510611