Three researchers at the Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences recently contributed to the new book Social Work, White Supremacy, and Racial Justice: Reckoning with Our History, Interrogating Our Present, Reimagining Our Future, edited by Laura Abrams, et al. and published by Oxford University Press.
Their work was featured in two chapters.
Amy E. Korsch-Williams, a senior instructor, and Laura Voith, an associate professor, were authors on a chapter titled “Radically Imagining Antiracist Social Work Research Using a Trauma-Informed, Socially Just Framework,” alongside three Mandel School alums: Meredith W. Francis, Tyrone Hamler and Hyunjune Lee.
Braveheart Gillani, a PhD candidate at the Mandel School contributed to another chapter, titled “Remedying the Foundation of Social Work Education: Toward an Actionable Antiracist Pedagogy.”