“Cultural humility” describes an ability to critically self-reflect on the existence of cultural differences and impacts on marginalized groups with the goal being to build relationships with those groups, she explained.
Fisher outlined the process for achieving cultural humility, anti-racist and anti-oppressive attitudes during a recent interview with Baptist News Global.
How does cultural humility training lead to antiracism?
What can a person’s reactions to the process reveal about their level of cultural humility?
How does one know if they are growing in cultural humility?