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14
Aug

In the Face of Hate and Violence

By Rachel L. West Advocacy & Community Outreach Consultant I’ve created a public Google Doc for us to share events that are taking place in …

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28
Dec

Top 5 Articles of 2015

By Rachel L. West Advocacy & Community Outreach Consultant Here we are, the last week of 2015. This was a year that truly flew by …

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01
Oct

Baltimore & Beyound

By Rachel L. West Advocacy & Community Outreach Consultant Special #MacroSW Chat October 1st at 9:00 PM EST   Join our conversation on Baltimore and …

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26
Aug

Being White in America: A Social Worker’s Perspective

By Meredith Swinford, LMSW Contributor Editor’s Note: This post was written in response to Jennifer Petersen’s article “How We Talk (Or Don’t) About Being White.” If you’re interested in contributing to the blog email …

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07
Apr

Privilege, Difference, & Justice

By Rachel L. West Advocacy & Community Outreach Consultant The April 9th #MacroSW Twitter chat will cover privilege, difference, and justice in the context of community …

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19
Nov

The 2014 Midterms: Implications for Social Work

By Rachel L. West Advocacy & Community Outreach Consultant Special #MacroSW Chat Nov. 20th at 9PM EST   While voter participation in midterm elections is …

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29
Sep

ACOSA Responds To Ferguson

“History is filled with stories of people engaged with power over other people in a seemingly unending array of differences using a seemingly unending array …

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21
May

Policy Fellowships

By Rachel L. West Advocacy Consultant During a presentation about macro social work jobs I was asked by a participant for a list of policy …

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14
Dec

Fighting Apartheid In South Africa From Massachusetts

Post by Zinn Education Project.

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13
Dec

Inspired Advocates Launched

By Rachel L. West The Political Social Worker Social Work License Map has launched a new resource that ranks advocacy blogs. According to the organization …

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