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That logic could be extended to advocate for universal interventions to prevent and mitigate the impacts of adverse childhood experiences.

Dr. Burke Harris (The Deepest Well) draws on the proverb that a rising tide lifts all boats as she makes an impassioned plea for universal ACE screening in the chapter that you read for this week. That logic could be extended to advocate for universal interventions to prevent and mitigate the impacts of adverse childhood experiences.
Write a paragraph weighing the pros and cons of interventions that are specifically tailored to distinct racial and ethnic groups vs. universal interventions.
An example of this would be parenting classes: what would the pros and cons be of having their delivery and content tailored to families with tribal affiliation vs. having classes that are open to everyone and do not have any cultural specificity? (Note: This is a tricky topic. So long as your response is respectful, there is no right or wrong answer.)