By Angie Bartoli,Prospera Tedam,Bernadette Curran,Sukhwinder Singh,Sue Kennedy,Charity Chukwuemeka,Paul Crofts
Anti-racism has a protracted historical past in the career of social paintings and its schooling. regardless of an schedule inside greater schooling which promotes internationalization and perform which acknowledges variety, little has been written to handle the query of why black African scholars have a special adventure from others on their social paintings academic journey.
This booklet relies upon the authors’ event as educators and their very own study approximately and with black scholars’ adventure of racism and ‘otherness’ inside of social paintings perform and schooling. Radical and sincere in nature, it re-visits anti-racism inside of social paintings perform and schooling from a pupil targeted and expert standpoint in line with lived adventure and conversations.
This ebook may be of curiosity to all social paintings scholars, educators and coverage makers with an curiosity in anti-racism and variety. It comprises sensible types and attempted and confirmed instruments to aid the reader paintings via those issues.
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Anti-racism in Social Work practice (Critical Approaches to Social Work) by Angie Bartoli,Prospera Tedam,Bernadette Curran,Sukhwinder Singh,Sue Kennedy,Charity Chukwuemeka,Paul Crofts