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Inclusivity and Diversity in the Sexual Harassment Resources


Based on skin tone and cultural norms that may or may not support intervention and preventive efforts for sexual assault, perspectives of people of color change. Because they are underrepresented, individuals of color frequently experience a great deal of cultural guilt. The absence of intimate relationships with and support from family and friends is also demonstrated in non-English speaking people. They may also have had limited access to and knowledge of the resources that were available to them. Victims who didn't speak English were frequently socially, psychologically, and intellectually alone.


Professional interventions ought to be sensitive to victims' bicultural or cultural experiences. Furthermore, people shouldn't minimize the healing processes used by victims in non-traditional or religious contexts. Medical professionals must be culturally competent, and patients should not accept anything less. The leadership of the organization should institutionalize cultural understanding and promote its importance.


Professional interventions ought to be sensitive to victims' bicultural or cultural experiences. Furthermore, people shouldn't minimize the healing processes used by victims in non-traditional or religious contexts. Medical professionals must be culturally competent, and patients should not accept anything less. The leadership of the organization should institutionalize cultural understanding and promote its importance. Additionally, it must to be clear from the group's rules and procedures.



https://www.ncjrs.gov/ovc_archives/sartkit/focus/culture-print.html

https://www.collegeforcreativestudies.edu/celebrating-diversity-blog-sexual-assault-awareness-month-2022/


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