The Alberta Law Society requires all lawyers to take training in North American Indian history and social habits; ostensibly, a lawyer cannot serve a client without this history and background.
If this theory is correct, and if I were practicing in Lethbridge, it would be more appropriate to require a course on the history of Japanese internment and property confiscation in WW2. And if I lived in Northern Alberta, the course subject would be the history of oppression in Ukraine.
Of course, it is not true that I need cultural sensitivity to practice law. And I ought not to need racial sensitivity because last I heard; the law was colour blind.