Acknowledgement: We acknowledge that the term “Hispanic” is inherently problematic due to is colonial origins, its potential exclusionary nature, and its tendency to overgeneralize diverse cultures. We support greater awareness and sensitivity in our language and...
National Hispanic American Heritage Month (also known as Hispanic Heritage Month, Hispanic Latinx Heritage or Latino Heritage Month) began in 1968 as a week-long celebration honoring the Hispanic community’s contributions.
On the day of commemoration, 10,000 mainly Black residents held a parade, sang songs, delivered speeches and sermons, and ended with a Union regiment march.
May 17 is International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia, when people around the globe celebrate gender and sexual diversity — and confront oppression, discrimination, intolerance, and violence that many LGBTQIA2S+ people experience daily.
To illustrate the impact of mentorship in our profession, I reached out to a mentor and friend, Nick Johnston.
Over 50 years after the passage of the Fair Housing Act in 1968, securing safe, affordable housing is still a problem.
Can Social Workers Ethically and Legally Keep Clients When They Leave Their Agencies? | NASW Member Voices
When you leave your job, you might wonder: “Can I bring my clients with me?” The answer is complicated.
A major strength of Self-Care in Social Work (NASW Press, 2013) is how it underscores the role of administrators and supervisors in promoting healthier work environments.