Tag Archives: advocacy

Social Work Values and the Presidency

Editor’s Note:  This piece was published in our September/October 2012 issue of our newsletter, Currents.  You can access the full newsletter by clicking here. The upcoming election boils down to a simple question: Does government get in the way of the … Continue reading

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Dreams Deferred

Editor’s Note: Related to this blog posting, you can access the NASW-NYC special issue of Currents ”Focus on Immigrants in New York City” by clicking here. As the country gears up for one of the most significant political battles -the 2012 presidential election, … Continue reading

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My Story-Our Story

Editor’s Note: Related to this blog posting, you can access the NASW-NYC special issue of Currents “Focus on Immigrants in New York City” by clicking here. As an immigrant, a woman, a social worker and a professor who teaches about the immigrant … Continue reading

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Black History Month 2012 In Review

Editor’s Note: To access NASW-NYC’s special issue of the newsletter on Social Work in Communities of African Descent, please click here. As we come to the end of Black History Month 2012, aware of the collective history that precedes the … Continue reading

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