Our Journey through Culture, Biases, Stereotypes and Race
October 24, 2018
10 AM- 4 PM
Tamu King, MSCP
Despite the decades that have passed since the beginning of the civil rights movement, racism is still a major issue in America. We still see organized hate groups, news stories of racial slurs and attacks, and examples that we observe in our everyday lives. So, what should social workers and the profession as a whole do about it (Blank, B., 2018)? In this workshop you will learn about the many aspects of culture, biases, stereotypes and race and how they affect our decisions and how we get along with one another. This workshop could help an individual understand the dynamics of how they work with clients of different cultures and ethnicities.
5 DVS Credits: Diversity or Intervention Skills
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