Come join us to discuss Diversity and Inclusion in the field of ABA!
In light of recent events in the US, we’ve decided to move up our conversation with Adrienne Bradley and Kat Jackson from Black Applied Behavior Analyst, Inc. on the subject of racial diversity and inclusion. We discuss the importance of cultural humility, barriers to meaningful diversity initiatives, and how racism goes beyond being a good person. Plus how to continue your own journey as a BCBA in promoting inclusive practices and managing your ability to take feedback on the many not so obvious ways BCBAs can practice discrimination in their daily interactions.
Articles discussed this episode:
Hook, J.N. & Watkins Jr., C.E. (2015). Cultural humility: The cornerstone of positive contact with culturally different individuals and groups? American Psychologist, 70, 661-662. doi: 10.1037/a0038965