Event date: 8/24/2021 Export event
Mark Wills
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BIPOC Self Care and Peer Support Group Meeting

NASW New York State

6-7 p.m. ET

Free and open to all BIPOC Social Workers!

Through Revolutionize the Profession, BIPOC social workers requested a mechanism to engage in peer support. The Town Halls are a vehicle to identify, define, and describe how racism manifests in social work practice. While white counterparts are invited to the Revolution, they do not speak. BIPOC social workers desire a space that is theirs to process daily acts of racism. The Revolution has successfully connected BIPOC social workers across the world.

Revolutionize the Profession Town Halls are facilitated discussions that provide data and context for the many ways racism exists in social work practice and education. The Revolution Peer Support Project is a space for BIPOC social workers to connect with peers and process the impact of daily racism.

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