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Protocol for Culturally Responsive Organizations
Center to Advance Racial Equity Publications and Reports
  • Ann Curry-Stevens, Portland State University
  • Marie-Elena Reyes, Portland State University
Document Type
Report
Publication Date
1-1-2014
Subjects
  • Minorities -- Oregon -- Portland,
  • Policy research
Abstract

Communities of color have long been marginalized in mainstream service delivery – invisible in terms of their access to resources and services, the adequacy of such services, and in the types of interventions available to members of the community. When available, organizations have been ripe with inequitable outcomes. Today, greater attention to racial equity exists, with local leaders of color having been able to leverage influence to ensure that stronger accountability exists among mainstream organizations in terms of how well communities of color are served, with heightened emphasis on the cultural responsiveness of the entire organization. At the request of the Coalition of Communities of Color, the Center to Advance Racial Equity was asked to conduct this research, with this product being a concrete offering to mainstream organizations to assist their assessment and improvement process to advance their cultural responsiveness.

Persistent Identifier
http://archives.pdx.edu/ds/psu/18009
Citation Information
Curry-Stevens, A., Reyes, M.-E. & Coalition of Communities of Color (2014). Protocol for culturally responsive organizations. Portland, OR: Center to Advance Racial Equity, Portland State University.