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NASW-NYS: Addressing Racism in Social Work Education
At first glance, the profession of social work seems to be rooted in social justice and committed to the fight against all forms of injustice. However, the data suggests that much of our work perpetuates racism and white supremacy. If we are going to uproot white supremacy in the social work profession, we must address the racism that exists on every level, including within social work education. This workshop takes a reflective look on the ways white supremacy is maintained, and even perpetuated, through social work education and training. This training also considers the role the Council on Social Work Education has in the development of an antiracist social work profession. All participants will be challenged to consider the ways we prepare social workers for practice and how well we’re living up to our own professional standards.
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