The Right Hand of Privilege poses the question: "Do we live in a right-handed or left-handed world?"
If you want to be a more effective communicator in today's diverse workplace, this book is for you. Ouch That Stereotype Hurts
The struggles of a Hmong refugee family and their interactions with the health care system. The Spirit Catches You and You Fall Down
An entertaining story to share important lessons about why diversity efforts are bound to fail unless we really understand how we unconsciously respond to difference and how to move to beyond it. The Loudest Duck
While African Americans managed to emerge from chattel slavery and the oppressive decades that followed with great strength and resiliency, they did not emerge unscathed. Post Traumatic Slave Syndrome
A surgeon describes her struggles to bring modern medicine to the Navajo reservation in Gallup, New Mexico. The Scalpel and the Silver Bear
A black woman's reflection on how dilemmas of class and race are intertwined. Where We Stand: Class Matters
Removing the Barriers: Providing culturally competent care to lesbians and women who partner with women
Culture Effects on Pain Assessment and Integrated Treatments - Minority patients are at high risk for poor pain outcomes. This article describes how and why culture affects both patients and nurses. It also discusses why members of cultural minority groups frequently receive suboptimal pain management and how nurses can improve patients' pain outcomes by using culturally sensitive assessments and providing culturally comfortable care.
How Empathy can make a Difference: When you're in the hospital, everything changes. You depend on caregivers for everything. Each word, each touch, each visit really matters.
I am not Black, You are not White video:
Raising Ryland: Parenting a transgender child
Greater La Crosse Area Diversity Council
Continuing the Journey