Cultural Humility

We recognize that we are a group of people primarily from the dominant culture, who are sharing and benefiting from Indigenous knowledge that has been generously shared with us by a group of people who have suffered greatly at the hands of colonialist and imperialist systems from which we currently benefit. We are constantly looking to restore equity and balance. We also acknowledge that we have blindspots and we take seriously uncovering these hidden biases in our curriculum, care model, research, organization, and interpersonal dynamics. This is a continuous practice for our leadership and staff while we are humbly learning, willing to grow, and committed to acting in alignment with
our values.