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December 19, 2014
10:00 am - 12:00 pm
|Many social work practice concepts and “norms” are based on WEIRD (Western, educated, industrialized, rich, democratic) societies where the dominant cultural and economic groups are studied and other groups’ experiences are marginalized. There is a much greater breadth and variation of world experience available to learn from. This workshop will share lessons from three additional groupings: working class and working poor, marginalized cultures within the US, and traditional cultures in other parts of the world. We’ll compare the strengths of various perspectives on financial, legal, and family systems.
Based in Minneapolis, Darryl Dahlheimer is the Program Director for LSS Financial Counseling. He is a respected industry expert in personal finance who offers timely, trusted and practical information on financial topics of community interest. He has written three financial education curricula, the Four Cornerstones of Financial Literacy, Building Wealth in America, and Four Directions of Financial Security, and has been a financial counselor for over 3000 families.
Venue: Venue of Poor and Marginalized Communities: What can they teach us?
9400 Golden Valley Road, Golden Valley, Minnesota, 55427, United States