People & Culture

Multiculutral and diverse 

Military Cultural Education

Often, a culturally diverse coalition is viewed in the negative sense, rather than the positive. It is easy to identify the inherent obstacles and barriers associated with differences in religion, class, age, disability, veteran status, sexual orientation, region of origination, educational level or even paid employees versus volunteer staff.

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Cultural competency, which is more than just a framework for individual interaction, is necessary for managing group, organizational, or community cross or mixed cultural activities and demands a more indepth and application-oriented understanding of culture than cultural literacy requires. Competency is demonstrated through organizational leadership capable of crossing cultural divides within organizations and establishing cooperative frameworks between communities and groups from different cultures.


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