The social work profession is evolving, growing, and in some way going back to its roots of activism and advocacy. Even in our roles as clinicians and micro practitioners, advocating for justice and equal rights for the people we serve should be at the top of our list.
Welcome to Episode 6 of the Fall 2020 #MacroSW podcast. Host, Alyssa Lotmore, discusses the upcoming chat on how and why to contact your Legislator.
Transcript Analytics Are our workplaces or unemployment offices or home offices or schools or universities open? Maybe? Sometimes? Are you … More
Chat transcript A personal brand is what people think and feel when they hear your name. But what do people … More
Chat transcript There is often a high price to pay for being an activist, including feeling emotionally drained, being viewed … More
#MacroSW 3/28/19 Social Action and System Advocacy
Chat transcript In today’s society, for those with disabilities, for those living in our urban sprawls, for those … More
Chat transcript Community organizing is an important skill for all social workers. We’re pleased to have Greer Hamilton, MSW @bougieandfrugal, … More
By Rachel L. West Update: The chat archive is here: 9_27_18 SW Voter Mobilization Also, check out this corresponding article … More
Join us July 19th for Social Action 105: Radical Community Organizing #MacroSW