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Episode 293 - "Making Whiteness Strange": Exploring Anti-Racist Social Work Education: Dr. Donna Jeffery

Tuesday, May 18, 2021, 9:10:35 AM

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Join us as we speak with Dr. Donna Jeffery about the challenges encountered as Social Work education attempts to develop anti-racist methods and practices of teaching. Dr. Jeffery describes the tension between "being" and "doing" and the obstacle this tension poses for Social Work students and educators. What are Social Workers to do? What is the most practical application of anti-racist content encountered in Social Work education, especially given that content is frequently experienced as overly theoretical and disconnected from the demands of practice? Dr. Jeffery offers her insights on navigating the path forward through this apparent double-bind.

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