In order to develop our SLOs, create culturally responsive teaching/assessment strategies and infuse culturally pluralistic content into our curricula, we would benefit by viewing some of the relevant literature.
Below are some places to begin. This list is not meant to be comprehensive, but a digest of the many resources that are available on the internet, many of which have references to journal articles. (There has not been an attempt made to assist with content infusion through this list; the focus is mostly pedagogy.) If you are aware of other interesting resources, let me know and they can be added to the list.
From the NCTM subgroup TODOS. Has many Spanish language math resources, including interactive websites. Much of the material is K-12, but there are some useful things for basic skills materials at the community college level.
Radical Math. This site has numerous applications, references, resources and ideas for applying mathematics topics to social justice and cultural issues.
Mayan Math. A list of site related to Mayan matheamtics.
Math and Culture.This is the site of a new academic journal on ethnomathematics and math and culture, called.....the Journal of Mathematics and Culture. Check it out!