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Race, Law, and Social Work: Serving Communities of Color Using Anti-Racist Principles
This conference will explore the issue of race in the fields of social work, law, and law enforcement. For years, communities of color have been plagued with over surveillance by both police officers and social workers in social services agencies. We will discuss the role of social workers, lawyers, and police in providing services to communities of color using an anti-racist lens.

The program will answer the question: is it possible for social workers and police officers to work in partnership with communities to keep residents safe? It will feature the voices of current law, social work, and law enforcement professionals and students who are committed to anti-racist principles, and who want to work towards promoting social justice in their careers. The discussion will focus on the challenges and present solutions for effective community partnerships.

**Please be advised that this event is being recorded and Fordham University reserves the right to publish the recording to both internal and external platforms (e.g. YouTube). You have no obligation to appear or speak in the recording and may turn off the video and participate anonymously, if you so choose. If you choose to participate in an identifiable way, you are consenting to the recording and authorizing Fordham University to use the recording as set forth above.

Apr 14, 2021 10:00 AM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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