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Sep 25

AASWSW Strongly Opposes the September 22, 2020 Presidential Executive Order on Combatting Race and Sex Stereotyping

September 25, 2020
Fellow News, General, Policy

Under the twin cloaks of personal and opportunity equality, both enshrined in our Independence Declaration and our Constitution, the President of the United States is seeking to whitewash our history and institutionalize racism and sexism. His Executive Order to radically cripple diversity and equity training designed to promote racial and sexual equality extends to all

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Sep 24

We Need a Public Health Revolution

September 24, 2020
Fellow News, General
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Sep 23

An Evening with Rev. Dr. William Barber

September 23, 2020
Fellow News, Meetings

Please join us for “An Evening with Rev. Dr. William Barber” on Thursday, September 24th, 2020 at 6 pm ET. This event is a part of the University of North Carolina School of Social Work’s Centennial Lecture Series on Anti-Racism. For more information, please find the link below: https://www.unc.edu/event/an-evening-with-rev-dr-william-j-barber-ii/.  Please register here for the event.

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Sep 22

Congressional Briefing: Bringing the Power of Social Work to Schools

September 22, 2020
Fellow News, Policy

Join Fellow Ron Astor for a virtual Congressional Briefing: Bringing the Power of Social Work to Schools on Wednesday, September 23rd at 12 pm PT, discussing the de-policing of schools and addressing social needs. This event will be moderated by Dr. Charles E. Lewis, Jr., Founder and Director of the Congressional Research Institute for Social Work and Policy

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Sep 15

National Social Work Voter Mobilization Campaign Open Forum

September 15, 2020
Fellow News

The Field Work Group of the National Social Work Voter Mobilization Campaign (Voting is Social work) will be hosting an informal discussion and Q&A for field educators and students on Thursday, September 17th from 4-5 pm ET. They will discuss a newly developed packet of assignments for extra field credit/hours, focusing on voter mobilization and awareness. The

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Sep 2

Eddie Uehara on Social Work and Police Reform

September 2, 2020
Fellow News

Fellow Eddie Uehara highlights the importance of enlisting social workers as first responders to prevent, rather than just manage, crises. In this recent Seattle Times article, Eddie Uehara discusses social work’s role and place in relationship to the police.

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