National CASA Diversity Training is now a requirement for all programs. Please watch both parts of the "World of Difference" videos.
Below is a link to one of the best pieces of sound engineering work I think I have ever seen. It is a composite audio/video of song whereby additional tracks were laid in by different singers and musicians from different places around the world. The finished product is tremendous!
The song itself is that classic standard "Stand By Me" originally released in 1955 by The Staple Singers and released again in 1961 by the Drifters. This composite version is a real toe tapper, so turn up the speaker volume and Click Here Enjoy!
As the organization that advocates for any child referred by the Family Court in Richland County, South Carolina, Richland County CASA is committed to understanding and honoring the diversity of the families from which they come. Here, while racial and ethnic differences may be most evident, we also recognize diversity in socioeconomic status, cultural background, gender, sexual orientation, religion, physical and mental ability, and viewpoints.
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