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Episode 129 - Agnes Williams: Native Americans and a Human Rights and Trauma-Informed Perspective
Monday, October 14, 2013, 9:56:42 AM
In this episode, Ms. Agnes Williams, a member of the Seneca Nation, uses her Nation's experience as a context to discuss cultural appreciation. She also explores the concept of historical trauma as well as the ideals of human rights and social justice, and how those ideals have been compromised. Additionally, she reflects on her work with social work student interns and the need to take affirmative steps to provide support for Native American social work students.
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