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After the Protests are HeardEnacting Civic Engagement and Social Transformation$
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Sharon Welch

Print publication date: 2019

Print ISBN-13: 9781479883646

Published to NYU Press Scholarship Online: September 2019

DOI: 10.18574/nyu/9781479883646.001.0001

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Global Connections and Cultural Humility

Global Connections and Cultural Humility

The Science and Artistry of Community Engagement

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(p.134) 5 Global Connections and Cultural Humility
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After the Protests are Heard
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Sharon D. Welch

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NYU Press
DOI:10.18574/nyu/9781479883646.003.0006

The fundamental goal of Engagement Scholarship is straightforward: the creation of mutually beneficial partnerships between universities and local communities to solve pressing social issues. The fulfillment of this goal requires learning two complex sets of skills and knowledges:How to be aware of histories of exploitation and injustice, and the likelihood of repeating those patterns in the present;How to create structures of genuinely working together to solve problems for the long haul – not short term or ideologically driven, naïve, or inappropriate fixes.

Keywords:   Engagement Scholarship Consortium, empathy, ecosystems, equity, Khanjan Mehta, civic engagement, implicit bias, structural racism, white rage, bullying, moral disengagement, Albert Bandura, Engagement Review Boards

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