Session: Amplifying the voice of black/poc sexual and gender minorites (Society for Social Work and Research 27th Annual Conference - Social Work Science and Complex Problems: Battling Inequities + Building Solutions)

All in-person and virtual presentations are in Mountain Standard Time Zone (MST).

SSWR 2023 Poster Gallery: as a registered in-person and virtual attendee, you have access to the virtual Poster Gallery which includes only the posters that elected to present virtually. The rest of the posters are presented in-person in the Poster/Exhibit Hall located in Phoenix A/B, 3rd floor. The access to the Poster Gallery will be available via the virtual conference platform the week of January 9. You will receive an email with instructions how to access the virtual conference platform.

215 Amplifying the voice of black/poc sexual and gender minorites

Saturday, January 14, 2023: 8:00 AM-9:30 AM
Valley of the Sun D, 2nd Level (Sheraton Phoenix Downtown)
Cluster: Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity
Keith Watts, PhD, University of Kentucky College of Social Work
* noted as presenting author
Attitudes Toward and Willingness to Engage in Consensual Non‑Monogamy (CNM) Among African Americans Who Have Never Engaged in Cnm
Noelle St. Vil, State University of New York at Buffalo; Kelly Giles, Masters, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
Examining Sexual Identity, Mental Health Outcomes, Victimization, and Health Risk Behaviors Among Black LGBQ Adolescents in the United States
JaNiene Peoples, MS, CHES, Washington University in Saint Louis; Hannah Szlyk, PhD, LCSW, Washington University School of Medicine; Philip Baiden, PhD, University of Texas at Arlington; Melissa Vázquez, BA, Washington University School of Medicine; Danielle R. Eugene, PhD, LCSW, University of Texas at Arlington; Patricia Cavazos-Rehg, PhD, Washington University School of Medicine
The Black Lives Matter Movement: Which Factors Contribute to Civic Engagement for Sexual Minority Men?
Joy Green, MSW, University of Georgia; Jeremy Gibbs, PhD, University of Georgia
(Withdrawn) Healthcare Experiences Among Trans and Gender-Expansive HBCU Students: Preliminary Findings
Sal Ryman, MSW, North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University
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