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Teaching Children About Race and Ethnicity

Friday, August 6, 2021 (1 – 2 pm ET)

Presenter: Ruby M. Gourdine, MSW, DSW, LICSW, LCSW

CE Category: 1 Cross Cultural CE contact hour

This presentation will discuss when and how to talk to children about race and ethnicity in a time where race is a prominent issue in society. Developmental readiness will be explored and comfort level of parents in raising the issue or responding to their child’s questions. A discussion will ensue how different racial groups may approach this discussion.

Antisemitism and the Modern Social Worker

Monday, September 13, 2021 (1 – 2 pm ET)


  • Seth J. Meyer, LMSW, PhD, Assistant Professor, Bridgewater State University
  • Jamie Levine Daniel, PhD, Associate Professor, Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis

CE Category:1 Cross Cultural Contact hour

What is antisemitism and how does it impact social work? In this webinar, we will introduce Judaism and antisemitism, and discuss why it is important for social workers and nonprofit professionals to understand and fight antisemitism.

An Hour with Private Practice

 Questions & Answers (HOPP) is a free question and answer session for NASW members. HOPP is held every other third Wednesday of the month from noon until 1 pm ET. Learn more.

August 18, 2021

Understanding Subpoenas and Court Appearances in Private Practice

Elizabeth Felton, JD, LICSW, NASW Associate General Counsel

September 15, 2021

Tips for Avoiding Claim Denials

Mirean Coleman, LICSW, CT, NASW Clinical Manager

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