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Intersectionality of Black Lives: Advancing a Conversation of Blackness in Learning Spaces
1 Cross Cultural
December 15, 2020 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM ((GMT-05:00) Eastern Time (US & Canada))
This webinar will explore the intersectionality of Black Lives, specifically those in academia and the parallel process whereby race, power, privilege, and white fragility are experienced by faculty as well as students and society at large.
Introduce "Three Tiers of Recommendations” tointroduce practices and policies for social work administration to close the racial gaps in academia
Discuss white fragility, black rage, and the trauma response to historical oppression to advance clinical social work practice
Offer suggestions to advance the conversation around race, power, privilege in a brave classroom space
Offer practical ways to introduce content into any social work practice setting
1 Cross Cultural
Specialty Practice Sections
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