Asian American History, Identity, and Cross-Racial Solidarity
Tuesday, December 13th, 2022
5:30pm to 7:30pm EST
Presenter: Jeremy Chan-Kraushar, M.Ed, MPA, JD
NASW-NYS Members: FREE
NASW Other Chapter Member: $40
NASW-NYS Student and Transitional Members: FREE
This workshop is approved for 2.0 continuing education credit hours for licensed social workers, licensed mental health counselors, licensed marriage and family therapists and licensed psychologists
It is imperative for social workers to practice self awareness and cultural humility in practice with clients from diverse membership groups. In this session, the instructor will provide an overview of Asian American history and about the origins of the term ‘Asian American’. Participants will gain knowledge about the ongoing movement for Asian American rights and develop a deeper understanding of how Asian American identity is tied closely to broader movements for civil rights. Once a foundation has been set, participants will apply the learning to their own identities and practices and tie their own perspectives and understandings with current events and how a recent wave of ‘anti-Asian hate’ has been coupled with a pervasive culture of anti-Blackness. The instructor will address how this has shaped various communities' responses and demands, and how practitioners can integrate a lens of cross-racial solidarity around these issues into their work.
After the completion of this webinar, participants will be able to:
Describe the foundations of Asian American history, the origins of the term ‘Asian American’, and the movement for Asian American rights.
Explain how Asian American identity is tied closely to broader movements for civil rights
Explain how anti-Asian hate and anti-Blackness shapes individuals, communities, and systems in practice.
This workshop is approved for 2.0 continuing education credit hours.
NASW-NYS is recognized by the New York State Education Department’s State Board for Mental Health Practitioners as an approved provider of continuing education for licensed social workers (Provider ID #0014), licensed mental health counselors (Provider ID #MHC-0053), licensed marriage and family therapists (Provider ID #MFT-0037) and licensed psychologists (Provider ID #PSY-0088).
Jeremy Chan-Kraushar, M.Ed, MPA, JD. Jeremy began his career as an English and Math teacher for students with learning disabilities in a public middle/high school in Brooklyn. He has a B.A. in Sociology and Film Studies from Bowdoin College, a M.Ed, Special Education from Hunter College School of Education, a M.P.A. with focus areas in public policy and public administration from the O’Neill School for Public and Environmental Affairs at Indiana University, and a J.D. at CUNY School of Law with a focus in civil rights and education.
He currently serves as the Director of Implicit Bias Education and Culturally Responsive Education for the Office of Equity and Access at the NYC Department of Education. He has coordinated, managed, and developed multiple initiatives and programs for the NYCDOE including Connected Foundations, Digital Ready, the Competency Collaborative (formerly Mastery Collaborative), and the department’s historic Implicit Bias Awareness Initiative. He most recently was the lead designer in the Implicit Bias Awareness initiative’s hybrid asynchronous and live remote workshop modules, and has personally facilitated workshops in-person and virtually for over 10,000 educators.
|NASW Other Chapter Member||$40.00|
|NASW-NYS Student and Transitional Member||$0.00|
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