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November is Transgender Awareness Month Nov 27th, 2013
Transgender Awareness Month is a time to reflect and respond.  It is an opportunity to draw attention to the inequities experienced by transgender persons every day and in every part of the world.  Transgender people encounter discrimination in virtually every aspect of their lives.  For many, this can include verbal harassment and physical violence, rejection from family and community, dismissal from jobs, eviction... 
NASW Calls on Boy Scouts of America to End All Discrimination Apr 29th, 2013
In April, NASW sent a letter to the Boy Scouts of America to end  their decades long policy of excluding openly gay scouts and leaders in their organization. On April 19, BSA announced publicly that the proposal to be considered by the Boy Scouts National Council this May recommends removing the ban on gay scouts, but upholding restrictions against openly gay adult scout leaders. Social worker practice, guided by the... 
Supreme Court Rules on Arizona Immigration Law Jun 26th, 2012
Two major policy and legal decisions on immigration in the United States have been issued in the past two weeks. The first was the June 15 Obama administration’s policy directive to stop deportations of many children and young adults of undocumented parents. The second was the June 25 Supreme Court decision which effectively struck down much of the state of Arizona’s immigration policy that many saw as being excessive... 
Latest on the Violence Against Women Act May 18th, 2012
On April 26, 2012 the U.S. Senate reauthorized the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) including the provision of expanded protections for Native Americans, immigrants (including undocumented), and the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) community. However, it soon became clear that the Republican lead House of Representatives would not vote for the Senate version of the Act so long as it included the expanded... 
Update on Violence Against Women Act May 11th, 2012
On April 26, 2012 the U.S. Senate reauthorized the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) including the provision of expanded protections for Native Americans, undocumented immigrants, and the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) community. However, it soon became clear that the Republican lead House of Representatives would not vote for the Senate version of the Act so long as it included the expanded protections.... 
Racial Profiling May 7th, 2012
The pervasive use of viagra samples racial profiling as a policing tactic is an example of a social justice issue that is in need of reform. According to the World English Dictionary, racial profiling is defined as, an assumption of criminality among ethnic groups cialis cheapest : the alleged policy of some police to attribute criminal intentions to members of some ethnic groups and to stop and question them in disproportionate... 
Globally social workers have a critical role in combating HIV/AIDS stigma and discrimination. Apr 2nd, 2012
Stigma and discrimination are universally experienced by persons living with and affected by HIV/AIDS.   It has been determined that homophobia, stigma, and discrimination negatively affect the health and well-being of clients and communities, and can result in the added burden of stress and health disparities. Experienced on the personal or individual and community level, stigma is an obstacle to prevention, care and... 
Social Work Webinar Advocating for Inclusion Rights of Persons with Disabilities NASW Lunchtime Series Dec 8th, 2011
Advocating for Inclusion and Independence: Ensuring the Rights of Persons with Disabilities Thursday, December 15, online pharmacy 2011 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM ET Credit Hours: 1 CEU(s) As part of the Movement for Change Initiative elective officials buy viagra professional online were asked to spend a day rolling through their town in a wheel chair to better understand the obstacles people with disabilities encounter... 
The Senate Armed Services Committee Hearing on Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell Feb 4th, 2010
On Tuesday, Feb. 2, the Senate Armed Services Committee, chaired by Sen. Carl Levin (D-MI), held a hearing on the status of the U.S. military’s Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell (DADT) policy. The two witnesses invited to the hearing were Admiral Michael Mullen, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, and Robert Gates, Secretary of Defense. Sen. Levin opened the hearing by calling the Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell policy “discriminatory”,... 
Election ’08: Civil Rights Oct 15th, 2008
For the past eight years civil rights have been in jeopardy at the Justice Department. The Department has become politicized and there is a litmus test to fill positions in the Civil Rights Division. The Supreme Court’s recent ruling in Ledbetter v. Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company makes it more difficult to take action on pay discrimination. Lily Ledbetter was told that she could not sue for discrimination because... 

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