Promoting Cultural Competency for Legal Aid and Pro Bono Attorneys

Overview

The PowerPoint presentation provides a basis of cultural competence and its importance and provides sample interactive examples to apply cultural competency learnings. The slides are from an in-person panel with a moderator from the Chicago Bar Foundation (former staff). These slides may be useful as a guideline for someone who is planning a presentation.

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