Update on Johnny Johnson Clemency Request The National Association of Social Workers (NASW), including our Missouri Chapter, on July 20, 2023, requested Missouri Governor Parson grant clemency to Johnny Johnson, who was scheduled to be executed on Tuesday August 1,...
NASW, including our Missouri Chapter, on July 20, 2023, requested Missouri Governor Parson grant clemency to Johnny Johnson, who was scheduled to be executed on Aug. 1, 2023.
As Bejamin Mays said, “Martin Luther King Jr.’s unfinished work on earth must truly be our own.”
Social Workers Have Ethical Responsibility to Fight Bans on Gender-Affirming Care | NASW Member Voices
What sex are you? The answer to that question was assigned to you at birth. You did not choose it, and the answer shapes much of the course of your life.
By Mel Wilson, LCSW, MBA America, seemingly suddenly, finds itself in the middle of the most existentially threatening crisis of racism and intolerance since the events leading up to and including the Civil War. As was the case over 160 years ago, the present-day...
Anxiety disorders are among the most prevalent disorders for Black young adults (ages 18 to 29) in the United States. Additionally, some Black young adults who have had encounters, directly or indirectly, with police may experience “police contact anxiety” (PCA)...
The brutal death of Tyre Nichols is a stark reality that the promise of police reform in the wake of George Floyd’s death was at best a fleeting notion.
NASW-SC) is strongly against the proposed House Bill 3515, aka the “Entrepreneur Freedom Act.” The purpose of this bill is to do away with licensure for social workers and other professions in South Carolina.