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Statement on Dobbs v. Jackson

I am writing following the Supreme Court’s ruling in Dobbs v. Jackson, which removed access to reproductive and medical care by overturning the nearly 50-year-old Roe v. Wade decision. I have taken the last week to process information and emotions before reaching out to you. I’d like to share items that were helpful to me in […]

Honoring George Floyd: There’s still work to be done

As we mark the two-year anniversary this week of the murder of George Floyd in Minneapolis, social workers everywhere are continuing to fight systemic racism. The VCU School of Social work and professional organizations like NASW and NASW-Virginia support greater racial equity and multicultural competence among social work students, practicing social workers and their clients. […]

The Power of Social Work

The National Association of Social Worker’s 2020 theme for Social Work Month – March – is Social Work: Generations Strong. So you couldn’t have asked for more perfect timing for 17 VCU School of Social Work alumni to be featured in the recent publication of the VCU Alumni magazine, Shafer Court Connections, and its Power […]