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Lecture 5

S W 310 Lecture 5: Lecture 5

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Social work
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S W 310
Shane Whalley

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find more resources at Introduction to Social Work and Social Welfare SW310 Whalley Lecture 5 Race and Ethnicity  Have trust  Come from a place of respect  Know you true intent  Be ready to have a difficult conversation. Video: Sea Change: Navigating Oppression.  Oppression is like an iceberg.  Tip of the iceberg is interpersonal o Woman being catcalled o African American being followed around in a store.  Just below the surface is institutional o Law enforcement – stop and frisk o Discriminating laws  Still deeper is cultural o Postal deliveries being scheduled around Christian holidays.  To navigate the iceberg, the people at each level need to listen The Icarus Project – mental health awareness. Disability  Disability oftentimes can be invisible.  “if you don’t work, you are not living a full life.” o Wrong  Pity o NO  Do not make assumpt
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