Tag Archives: diversity

Would you hire me if you were blindfolded?

As a child, having your name mispronounced hurts. But what happens as an adult, when your name hurts your chances of earning a fair living? “We may think we don’t discriminate, but many of us are guided by our unconscious … Continue reading

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My Why?

Over the course of  Real Life of an MSW  I have been asked about my tagline “Build more bridges than walls.” I was even informed I may want to change it when the current occupants of the white house took … Continue reading

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Cinderella Syndrome

Student’s description of site-specific activities this quarter the activity that displayed a tremendous amount of social justice is the ________ annual prom. I was able to help out in this area in several capacities from helping a very diverse group … Continue reading

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Wound Healing and Care 🌱

Description of the major learning in this area for this quarter: This quarter my practicum instructor_, and I finally implemented our diversity workshop training by partnering with _. We both believed this would be a wonderful learning experience for the … Continue reading

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Do The Right Thing -Movie Review

Reading this week’s practicum objective, I was reminded I let a group of homeless and foster kids watch the Spike Lee Joint Do the Right Thing (yes, I got permission). In my moment of nostalgia, I asked my spouse on … Continue reading

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