Session: From Anti-racist to Allies: How race and racism affects social work education (Society for Social Work and Research 26th Annual Conference - Social Work Science for Racial, Social, and Political Justice)

240 From Anti-racist to Allies: How race and racism affects social work education

Saturday, January 15, 2022: 9:45 AM-11:15 AM
Liberty Ballroom J, ML 4 (Marriott Marquis Washington, DC)
Cluster: Research on Social Work Education
* noted as presenting author
(Converted as ePoster, See Poster Gallery) An Organizational Examination of Microaffirmations: A Case Study Analysis of an Academic Social Work Program
James Ellis, PhD, University of Michigan-Ann Arbor; Amber Williams, MSW, MA, University of Michigan-Ann Arbor; Katie Richards-Schuster, PhD, University of Michigan-Ann Arbor
WITHDRAWN Anti-Racist Agency Learning Plan: A Tool for Centering Blackness in Field Education
Aaliyah Ford, University of Wisconsin-Madison; Antoria Robbins, University of Wisconsin-Madison; Sodie Yang, University of Wisconsin-Madison; Rhiannon Bloczynski, University of Wisconsin-Madison; Michael Hoffmeister, MSW, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Social Work Educators As White Allies?: An Integrative Literature Review
Michael Massey, Ph.D, The Catholic University of America; Kynai Johnson, PhD, The Catholic University of America
Facilitating Deep Learning about Racial Trauma: "You Cannot Understand Pathology without Understanding the Social Constructs of Race and Racism."
Winifred Wilson, MA, Western Michigan University; Melinda McCormick, PhD, Western Michigan University; Bridget Weller, Ph.D., Western Michigan University
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