Event date: 7/30/2021 Export event
Cat McDonald
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Positive Disruption and Story Telling as Acts of Social Justice

NASW New York State

Positive disruption is defined as a practice tool designed to open up exclusive spaces. This practice principle is grounded in compassion and empathic accountability.

This workshop will focus on the use of self and positive disruption in social work leadership and practice. Participants will gather as a community in a brave space of learning for 2 hours to learn how to use themselves in the practice of positive disruption.

Participants will emerge from this workshop with a deeper awareness of implicit bias and the connection between their identity, positionalities and their work. Participants will learn tools, such as the intentional use of story telling, to use themselves to open up exclusive spaces and connect more sincerely with the social justice mission of social work

REGISTER FOR POSITIVE DISRUPTION AND STORY TELLING AS ACTS OF SOCIAL JUSTICE
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