NCAPPS Shorts: Culture and Person-Centered Practices
Acknowledging and understanding a person’s racial and cultural identities is essential for providing person-centered supports. In a new series of short videos, NCAPPS community members share their thoughts on how their racial and cultural identities shape their expectations and views of support systems.
“As a bi-racial person, I've woven this path of being both in and outside of groups and of other people telling me where I fit and who I am.”
Bex Mui (she/her) is a biracial, queer, cis femme organizer and consultant committed to the work of LGBTQ+ affirmation at the intersections of education, spirituality, and sexual and mental wellness. A spiritual organizer and founder of House Of Our Queer, a QTBIPOC-Centered spiritual playspace where Bex shares affirmations for the queer and trans community. Bex created the online class, Decolonizing Gender, for the Institute for Anti-Racist Education, and has experience consulting for the K-12 school system on the local, state, and national level.