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Quantitative analysis and Qualitative methods (survey) to test the effectiveness of a cultural competence curriculum aimed at students of color interning in mainstream agencies. In traditional African societies, the storyteller (also known as the Griot in French colonized areas) had a central role in documenting and recounting local history, social organization, and family membership (Boadu, 1993; Kouyate, 1989). Storytelling functioned to educate, pass along moral codes, and cement group membership as well as to entertain (Boadu, 1993). It also served to preserve the history of traditional societies, including their struggles, defeats, and triumphs (Okpewho, 2003). Enslaved African brought this tradition to the Americas (Courlander, 1996). In circumstances in which normal communication was prohibited, material possessions were nonexistent. Stories served to pass along traditional culture and knowledge (Courlander, 1996). Storytelling for enslaved Africans in the United States included practical instructions on how to survive in and rebel against a barbarous system of oppression and exploitation (Faulkner, 1993).
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