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

Reviews & Commentary

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

Reviews & Commentary

In social work training, we discuss working with structural forces and power differences by naming them and the ways they are showing up in the room. But how does this intervention fit within the general theory of what is curative for our clients? Read more

Clinical Intersections

Perpetuating the “strong black woman” message is unrealistic and problematic. By internalizing it, I was unknowingly stripping myself of the opportunity to be vulnerable, acknowledge my needs, and take care of myself. Read more

Self Care 1 Comments

Book review of White Fragility by Robin Diangelo, reviewed by Lisa Eible. Read more

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Rich Kenney recalls a conversation about MLK Day among four teenagers in a van. It's the kind of conversation you might hear any day of the year if you're a social worker. Read more

Social Work Month Project 2018


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