Felicia Kanu '22 to Present at NASW MLK Forum on Racial Justice
Current student and Council for Students of Color Leadership member Felicia Kanu '22, will join other social work professionals to present during the 7th Annual NASW MLK Forum on Racial Justice on Wednesday. January 20, 2021 at 6 p.m. ET.
The free* event will address racism within the social work profession and define practices that social workers can use to dismantle white supremacy culture and racist systems within their respective workplaces. The panel will elevate the voices and perspectives of social workers with varied racial and ethic identities, while empowering all social workers to work together to dismantle racism.
In addition to Kanu, panelists include:
- Dr. Celina Miranda, Executive Director, Hyde Square Task Force
- Dr. Robbie Tourse, Co-author, Systemic Racism in the United States: Scaffolding as Social Construction
- Dr. Judith Willison, Associate Professor of Social Work, Bridgewater State University; Co-chair, NASW-MA Racial Justice Council
*for social workers and students