We encourage you to read the following materials to participate fully in the discussion, Music Therapy articles can be accessed via AMTA membership--however we are currently discussing with the authors for permission to distribute articles to partipants' emails upon registration for the discussion:
Darrow, A.A. & Molloy, D. (1998). Multicultural perspectives in music therapy: An examination of the literature, educational curricula, and clinical practices in culturally diverse cities of the United States. Music Therapy Perspectives, 16, 27-32
What is inevitably not okay with the idea of “color blindness?”
What does color consciousness mean to you?
What does it mean to be culturally humble over being culturally competent?
Within our bubble of Music Therapy, what can we as current students/recent interns ask our MT departments to do curriculum wise to ensure we’re actually learning to be culturally competent--or as said wonderfully in our first discussion by a participant, culturally humble?