In case you missed the October–November issue, here are some highlights.
Top stories include:
On the heels of responding to COVID-19, the profession is renewing efforts to combat racial inequality at all levels. NASW and its chapters have pledged to end systemic racism within the profession and to work with other institutions, such as law enforcement, to do the same.
Since its inception in 1955, NASW has been an advocate for social workers, social justice and social welfare.
“Social workers must strategize and mobilize communities. We have an obligation to make sure those who are 18 and older are properly registered and that voters are able to cast their ballots in the general election in November,” writes NASW President Mit Joyner.
NASW CEO Angelo McClain, PhD, LICSW, writes, “Social workers have leveraged their problem-solving expertise to meet the challenges and opportunities of living and working through the stress, struggles and chaos resulting from the pandemics”
More in the October–November 2020 Digital Issue:
- Deconstructing/Constructing Working Alliance Between Police and Social Workers
- Call to Action: Social Workers Addressing the Wounds of Racism and Oppression
- What Pandemic? At the University of South Dakota MSW, It’s Full Speed Ahead
- Promoting Social Justice in Multiple Ways.
- NASW Supports Biden for President Among Other Endorsements
- NASW Creates Adolescent Brain Development Training
- Learn How to Work with Hard-to-Reach Clients
To see the full digital edition, please visit this link.