Chapter Chat: Cancel Culture: A discussion on the Realities of Racism in Social Work Education and Practice
Join us as a panel of leaders from the National Association of Black Social Workers, address the racial inequities in our profession. The National Association of Black Social Workers (NABSW) is a 53-year old organization with a commitment to Black liberation. Our 77 chapters across the country, including the 6 chapters in NYS have a strong history of African-centered leadership, advocacy and service. Historical actions were taken by Black Social Workers to hold the profession accountable for addressing racial disparities, led to the establishment of NABSW. Since that moment in social work history, the organization has withstood attempts to cancel Black Social Work culture. Guided by self-determination and African-centered values and philosophies, NABSW remains a constant force in the quest for liberation in the personal, political and professional arenas.