Racism: The Challenge for Social Workers

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There has been overt discrimination against me for daring to be a "white male" in an MSW program. I was told by my advisor at a school in Detroit MI that I " was a member of the oppressor class" since I was a 40 year old white male and that I "shouldn't get my hopes up for full time admission." I transferred to another school in the western part of the state. I ran uncontested for the president of the MSW student organization but was told that I could serve in the role because "it wouldn't look right," by a tenured professor who was the faculty liason. In almost every class it is de facto OK to stereotype white men and race shame whites in general. I leaves me feeling disgusted that Marxists have brain washed so many people.

James 172 days ago


Oh please tell me your sob story about being a "white man" in today's society...The client population is consistent with diversity and therefore they need a more diverse and culturally sensitive social worker to understand their needs, not another white man telling them how they should live their lives..it's time to wake up sir.

Jane Doe 35 days ago

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