Fact Sheet: Seven components of a culturally responsive approach to serving diverse populations

 

The National Research Center on Hispanic Children & Families released a fact sheet that outlines a comprehensive approach for practitioners looking to create strong, culturally responsive programs for community-based organizations.

As the U.S. population grows increasingly diverse, a culturally responsive approach to developing programs that serve communities is essential. This resource guide helps to ensure that practitioners don't need to start from scratch when working to design programs that serve all members of their communities. Click for more information.

Published in Children's Justice Act
A Research-Informed Communication Guide for Nonprofits, Policymakers, and Funders
by Alicia Torres, PhD, Luz Guerra, MA, Selma Caal, PhD, and Weilin Li, PhD

Strategic communication is central to an organization’s ability to advance its mission and its capacity to serve the community. This guide is designed to help service providers and educators build communication strategies to better serve Latino children and their families.

 

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Published in Children's Justice Act

From Boys to Men: The health and education of Hispanic boys and young men

This data-rich report, from The National Research Center on Hispanic Children & Families, compares the health and education of Latino boys and young men to those of their black and white peers. Hispanic males face challenges, such as a lower rate of educational attainment, but they also have strengths, such as beginning life with a particularly healthy start. The Center is led by Child Trends and Abt Associates with university partners.

Read the full report. Click here.