Diana Lee Guida Brown was a member of the National Association of Social Workers (NASW) from 1959, just four years after the association started, until 2022. Her daughters Rev. Marisa Anne Brown Ludwig and Gian Arthur Brown wanted to share her obituary with NASW...
Throughout a career in social work at New York area hospitals, Diana Guida Brown gave passionate voice to the needs and dignity of hospital patients
No matter the generation, Black women have always been relentless advocates for change, fighting tirelessly for equality, peace, and justice.
Illinois Breaks Barriers in Mental Health Workforce, Achieving Remarkable Growth in Licensed Social Workers (LSWs)
“This is a monumental success for social work in Illinois.” – NASW Illinois Chapter Executive Director Joel Rubin
Using firsthand accounts from 200 Black adolescents, Black Male Youth Raised in Public Systems: Engagement, Healing, Hope validates the fears, anxieties, and complexities of these youth. Editors Sheryl Brissett Chapman, Ralph Belk, Jasilyn Morgan, and Krystal Holland,...
White Ribbon VA is a national call to eliminate sexual harassment, sexual assault, and domestic violence
The Global Agenda, developed by the International Federation of Social Workers, the International Association of Schools of Social Work, and the International Council on Social Welfare, calls for multilevel responses to concerns such as forced migration, air...
Social Worker was First Female Principal Chief of Cherokee Nation