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REVIEWS - Multicultural Sensitivity six simple strategies
January 31, 1992 - Springfield, OH
SENSITIVITY MORE IMPORTANT THAN UNDERSTANDING
by Lawrence Calder, News-Sun Staff Writer
Trying to understand people of other cultures can only lead to frustration, so we should strive for cultural sensitivity, said Phillip E. Walker..."America is becoming more culturally diverse and the separatism that is a source of comfort to many people is going to be unavailable as more interracial workforces, friendships and marriages happen".
MINORITIES FORCED TO ‘ADJUST, ADJUST’
January 17, 1987 ~ Pittsfield, MA ~ by Dianne Cutillo
Walker told the story in his workshop “Walk A Mile in My Shoes,” sponsored by the Support Staff Development Committee, which organizes events for clerical, maintenance and support staff, as well as faculty and administrators...Walker advised encouraging students not to make adjustments. It is “to their advantage to work from their comfort zone” and “to Whites’ advantage because the minority is going to bring something new to the institution...a whole ‘nother culture.”
January 15, 1992 ~ Albany, Oregon - CULTURAL SENSITIVITY URGED by James S. Tyree
Developing cultural sensitivity helps not only individuals, but also the Nation...
Saint Lawrence University - February 23, 1996 ~ Canton, NY EDITORIAL: MULTICULTURAL SENSITIVITY SPEECH OPENS EYES
I asked myself many questions throughout the day regarding cultural sensitivity. Hearing that speech was the first time in many years that I really looked at myself in the mirror...Warner Boutin, News Editor
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