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In her Journal of Community Practice article, Notes from the Field: Learning Cultural Humility Through Critical Incidents and Central Challenges in Community-Based Participatory Research, Prof. Laurie Ross states, "Experiential forms of teaching and learning, including service learning and community-based research, can potentially be transformative for both students and communities."  Prof. Ross states that cultural humility has three foci: knowledge, attitudes, and skills. Using Community Based Participatory Research (CBPR) as a framework, community development professionals have identified Cultural Humility as a subset of competence that challenges the practitioners' beliefs and attitudes about people who are different.  Cultural humility results from developing forms of knowledge about:

1.  Health Disparities:  awareness of the scope the ways in which health disparities are the result of social, political and economic dynamics that have resulted in beliefs and behaviors within communities;

2.  Attitudes and Behaviors:  Practitioners' need to be aware of their own subconscious and conscious bias and stereotyping;

3.  Culturally Humble Skills:  These include nonauthoritarian communication, cross-cultural communication fluidity and the ability to engage in participatory decision-making with community partners.

    
CWRU Law Professor Sharona Hoffman, has brought precise legal analysis and personal experience to a topic most families face but rarely have explained as expertly as we have in her book, Aging with a Plan: How a Little Thought Today Can Vastly Improve Your Tomorrow, 2015.    
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In its March 2018 newsletter, The Center for Community Solutions raised concerns about a proposed waiver that "largely waives employment and community engagement requirements in 26 overwhelmingly white Ohio counties because of their high unemployment rates [while failing] to exempt other communities with unemployment rates equally high or higher."

    
StatNews, a daily health news website, has focused on an interesting aspect of Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh's judicial rulings on the District of Columbia Circuit Court of Appeals.     
    
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