Walk One Hour in My Shoes Training

Please join BASE (Building A Safer Evansville) for a FREE diversity workshop, Walk One Hour in My Shoes that is facilitated by the UW Extension. The workshop will help attendees learn about Hispanic and Latino values and culture and assess how one’s own culture influences beliefs, values and attitudes. Participants will be encouraged to apply their newfound knowledge to work more effectively with the Hispanic and Latino populations in their communities. This event is free and everyone in the community is welcome to attend!

What: Diversity Training
When: Friday March 15, 8:00am – noon
Where: Creekside Place 102 Maple Street, Evansville
Who: Put on by the UW Extension and BASE

Cultural competency is more than speaking the language and enjoying the food. It is a process of learning about different cultures, demonstrating respect for the ways in which others live and developing an openness to learn. Participants will gain knowledge of the current Latino population locally and nationally. In addition, participants study cultural traits common to many Hispanics and Latinos.

Walk One Hour in My Shoes takes participants on a journey toward cultural competence. Walk One Hour in My Shoes is interactive and designed to guide participants to:
 Learn about Hispanic and Latino values and culture
 Assess how our own culture influences our beliefs, values and attitudes
 Apply knowledge in order to work more effectively with the Hispanic and Latino populations in Evansville.

Please RSVP to Jen Braun: jbraun.base@gmail.com or (608) 436-1275

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