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ABOUT US

The Center for Cultural Humility (CHUM) at the University of California Berkeley is a person-centered, evidence-based training center that is cultivating interest, affirmation, and support between people from different cultural and social backgrounds. CHUM is the largest of its kind, operating across the world through virtual and in-person programming for individuals and organizations. CHUM’s focal point? curating and providing scientifically rigorous- yet artistic – trainings for social services and healthcare professionals, educators, government employees, administrators, businesses, community stakeholders, and the general public. With visual arts guiding ALL of our work, CHUM offers six tailored, evidence-based trainings that focus on generating cultural responsiveness in research, practice, and policy. This includes robust trainings for: Cultural Humility, Anti-Racism, Trauma-Informed Care, Restorative Justice, Community-Based Participatory Research Design, and Citizen Science. Additionally, chum provides a ”Train the Trainer” training, providing the knowledge, tools, and resources that you need to deliver the core dimensions of our trainings.

OUR TRAINING STATS

8513 People Trained
143 Trainings Done
18 Countries Covered
45 states Represented
96.5% training satisfaction

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