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Continuing the Conversation: Racism in Social Work Practice

Current social work practice not only requires practitioners to recognize their own implicit bias but to also identify and challenge racism and oppression and promote social justice in local organizations and communities. This day-long, interactive training will support attendees in examining individual and organizational bias as well as provide resources that promote equity in service provision and education.

This session offers 7 total CEUs - 4 in ethics and 3 in general. Registration is $50.

The session is led by Kim Frierson, MSSW. For the last decade, Kim has traveled across the country as a trainer for the Family and Youth Services Bureau's Runaway and Homeless Youth Program. She conducts research and trains policy maker sand practitioners in a range of topics, including advocacy, professionalism, cultural humilty, and trauma-informed care. Kim is also a 2020 TSSW DSW Candidate. 

To register, email or call 859-420-9866.

Friday, October 25, 2019 - 08:30 to 17:00
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Elk Place, Room 343
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The Tulane School of Social Work is located at 127 Elk Place. There are various surface lots in close proximity to the school that you use if you would like. The Saratoga Parking Garage is the closest parking garage and is located at 111 S. Saratoga St. The daily rate for the garage is $8, but the garage does have direct access to the school via the skywalk on the second floor.