EP63: Why We Need More Black Male Social Workers

NASW Social Work Talks Podcast

Walter Palmer, JD, and Dr. Anthony Estreet, LCSW-C

We speak with Walter Palmer, JD, and Dr. Anthony Estreet, LCSW-C, about why we need more Black male social workers, and how we can support people looking to enter the profession.

Published Nov. 24, 2020

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Walter Palmer, JD, is a lecturer at the University of Pennsylvania Graduate School of Social Policy and Practice, where he has taught foundation courses in American racism and institutional racism and social change since 1990. He is the founder of The Black Men at Penn, School of Social Work, Inc. and founder of The Center on American Racism and Social Justice at the School of Social Policy and Practice

Dr. Anthony Estreet, LCSW-C, is an associate professor at Morgan State University. His research focuses evidence-based substance abuse and mental health treatment with youth, on the social and behavioral determinants of health among African Americans, among other topics.

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