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A Youth Leader's Guide to Building Cultural Competence Print

by Susan A. Messina

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Meet the challenges of providing HIV/STD and sexuality education to culturally diverse groups. Using a four step model, this resource helps build the attitudes, knowledge, and skills necessary to reach all groups of young people. Focuses on African American, Latino and lesbian, gay and bisexual teens.

This publication was funded through a cooperative agreement (U63/CCU302752) with the Division of Adolescent and School Health, Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

© Advocates for Youth 1994

Table of Contents


Chapter One: Cultural Components

Chapter Two: Self-Assessment

Chapter Three: The Young People in Your Group

Chapter Four: Cultural Background for HIV/AIDS Prevention

Chapter Five: Working With Youth

Chapter Six: Presenting Multicultural Programs



Bibliography & Suggested Additional Reading  


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Messina SA. A Youth Leader's Guide to Building Cultural Competence. Washington, DC: Advocates for Youth, 1994.


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