Episode 175 - A Panel Discussion on Systemic Racism (part 2 of 2)
Monday, September 14, 2015, 7:32:04 AM
In this episode, the second of two parts, Professors Elizabeth Bowen, Diane Elze, Isok Kim, and Charles Syms of the University at Buffalo School of Social Work continue their conversation about how they have approached the topic of systemic racism with their social work students. Here the panel's discussion shifts to why they believe it is important for social work education to specifically address the issue of racism. They also explore this topic from the School of Social Work's trauma-informed, human rights perspective.
fabulous insights!, Monday, May 16, 2016
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Just a really rich, wonderful presentation. Gave me much to think on and about. Really enjoyed the diverse perspectives from all the educators. Thanks very much! Found this wonderful resource for podcasts from Social Work Podcasts. Thanks again!
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