Hosted by: The Katal Center Description: New York reincarcerates more people on parole for technical violations — like being late for curfew or testing positive for alcohol — than any … Continue reading Less is More: Reincarceration in NYS
Hosted by: Laura Quiros, PhD, LMSW Description: Incorporating Diversity and Inclusion in Trauma-Informed Social Work incorporates discussions of leadership, racism and oppression into a new understanding of how trauma and … Continue reading Positive Disruption of Social Work Practice and Leadership from a Trauma Informed DEI lens
Hosted by: Ryan Kane, MSW Student, NASW-NYS Intern Description: What is Environmental Racism and how does it present itself in US society? How do we, as social workers define the … Continue reading What is Environmental Justice?
Hosted by: Erica Daye, LMSW, and Samantha Fletcher, PhD, MSW, NASW-NYS Executive Director Description: While we are in the middle of a worldwide pandemic, Black Lives Matter movement, battle over … Continue reading Honoring Yourself Amidst the Chaos
Hosted by: Noshin Hoque, BSW and Evelyn Lopez Rodriguez Description: You may have heard your professors talk about NASW, but why should you become a member as a student? Hear … Continue reading Why Be A Student Member of NASW?
Hosted by: Alexandra Saint Laurent, MSW, and Jessica J. Mitchell, LMSW, MA, PACE Chair Description: talk about voter suppression in the United States, and how social workers can engage their … Continue reading Voting is Social Work