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Journey to Thinking Multiculturally

The following series of articles was published in recent editions of the Communiqué. The series features culture-focused papers written by first-year specialist level school psychology students from San Diego State University. Students reflect on their journey to thinking multiculturally by learning about a culture different from their own. The contributing editor for the series is Tonika Duren Green, Co-Chair of the NASP Multicultural Committee.

Journey to Thinking Multiculturally: Physically Different, by Jennifer Gorospe

Journey Into the Somali Culture, by Abigail F. Castel & Susie Kurata

A Cultural Exploration of the Latino Community, by Amy Taylor

The Native American Culture: A Historic and Reflective Perspective, by Grace Tsai & Luisa Alanis

Journey to Thinking Multiculturally: A New Series of Articles From School Psychology Students in Multicultural Counseling, by Tonika Duren Green