July 2, 2020 - 3:00pm
Dear Social Work Community:
For the past four months, we have met to discuss current events and life threatening issues affecting the country and our lives due to COVID-19 and police brutality. Last Thursday, June 25, our guests addressed white supremacy within the social work profession and the latest suggestion that social work ought to join forces with law enforcement.
Both law enforcement and social work are grappling with the role of white supremacy in its ranks and institutions. We will hold Part 2 of this conversation this Thursday 7/2.
We will discuss these issues with a focus on individual, peer and family relations, and community organizing. Our overarching theme, Identity and Vulnerabilities, will be used to frame the discussion.
Andrew Domzalski, Northville Township, Community Services Officer
Daicia Price, Clinical Assistant Professor: U-M School of Social Work
Dominique S. Crump, MSW, Social Work Resident: U-M School of Social Work
Regina Jennings, LCSW-R: Multicultural Therapist, NYC
Please join us!Address: University of Michigan School of Social Work 1080 South University Avenue Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1106