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Book Review: How To Be an Antiracist

The New Social Worker's book review of How To Be an Antiracist.

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The New Social Worker's book review of Biased: Uncovering the Hidden Prejudice That Shapes What We See, Think and Do Read more

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The New Social Worker's book review of People and Climate Change: Vulnerability, Adaptation, and Social Justice Read more

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The New Social Worker's book review of Old and High: A Guide to Understanding the Neuroscience and Psychotherapeutic Treatment of Baby Boom Adults’ Substance Use, Abuse, and Misuse Read more

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The New Social Worker's book review of The Hospice Team: Who We Are and How We Care Read more

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A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood portrays Fred ("Mr.") Rogers as an exquisite model for many of the skills and characteristics that are essential in social work. Read more

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Film review: Adolescent and teen clients convinced me that I was wrong in my pre-judgment of Joker. The film exposes truths about the emotionally victimized and our country’s cruel and inadequate mental health awareness, services, and systems. Read more

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Billi and her family go to Changchun, under the guise of a family wedding, not letting on to their matriarch that she only has a short time to live. Review of "The Farewell" by SaraKay Smullens. Read more

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Susan Mankita reviews Ethics and Values in Social Work: An Integrated Approach for a Comprehensive Curriculum - Second Edition. Read more

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Book Review of Stress, Trauma, and Decision-Making for Social Workers Read more

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