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One of society’s grand challenges is the achievement of social justice for all. This can only be accomplished by addressing the inequities and disparities many experience due to socioeconomic status, race, geography, sexuality, power and privilege. Guided by the profession’s Code of Ethics, social workers are expected to engage in the ongoing fight for equity. This one hour webinar will highlight critical issues in our diverse society and actions that can help move the needle forward on achieving cultural competence and social justice goals.
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