Session Description This session will be centered around my family’s experience with gun violence as outlined in my current book, Cincinnati Doe: A Mother’s 30-Day Journey in ICU. Specifically, my... Read More
Session Description Our session will discuss the use of intersectional, anti-oppressive, and critically culturally competent approaches to anti-racist social work practice with the disability community in the United States context.... Read More
Session Description This session will specifically focus on systematic racism within the social work profession. It is no secret that racism has altered reality for some of us. Having access... Read More
Session Description In this session, Ms. Carter will share her journey through a violent, torturous childhood and turbulent teenage years, never buckling under the weight of the burdens she was... Read More
Session Description To transform our educational institutions, we must start by centering on the lived experiences of the students. They are the ones most impacted by the curriculum, teaching practices,... Read More
Session Description This session will explore the concept of oppressive workspaces as experienced by BIPOC. Although social workers embrace the values and ethics of the profession, oppression in our work... Read More
Session Description As the U.S. population has grown more racially and ethnically diverse, students across all levels of higher education have been diverse as well according to several studies on... Read More
Session Description Learning Objectives Describe the impact COVID had on student engagement Describe the impact COVID had on student enrollment Describe the High Impact practices used to keep students engaged... Read More
Session Description Not all personal worldviews are the same as a dominant American worldview, but there is a systematic assumption that they are (I.e. healthcare systems, education systems, social systems,... Read More
Session Description With so many perilous events happening simultaneously across the globe, people are facing unprecedented socioeconomic struggles. In the U.S., we have lost over 600,000 people to Covid-19 and the numbers... Read More
Keynote: Feminista Jones
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