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Anti-Racism Pedagogy

GADE is pleased to host the Anti-Racist Pedagogy in Social Work Doctoral Education – A Series Lead by and Created For Doctoral Students. This four-part series was entirely created by and for doctoral students. It will engage social work doctoral students across the country and challenge us with envisioning the realities of developing, implementing, and sustaining Anti-Racist Pedagogy across doctoral programs. The first three sessions will be exclusively for doctoral students to collectively share our experiences within our own programs and develop an outline of how we can move beyond Anti-Racist Pedagogy in Social Work Doctoral Education as a theory to a praxis.

Session one will be exclusively for BIPOC PhD/DSW identified students only. The second session will be exclusively for White PhD/DSW students. The third will be inclusive of all students. All three sessions will be led and curated by doctoral students. GADE has agreed that no faculty or administrative personnel will participate in these first three meetings. All meetings will be recorded for the purposes of drafting summary briefs based on the discussion. These recordings will not be shared to further protect students' confidentiality; only the student organizers will have access to these files. The fourth and final meeting will include students and faculty. The goal of this final meeting is to review the findings from the first three meetings and collectively present recommendations for consideration. Faculty and administrators will be provided with meetings briefs to prepare for the larger meeting in the spring. Finally, we the student signatories below, would like to thank GADE for allowing our autonomy in the design and implementation of this series.

Information about Session 2 will be shared soon. For any questions please contact: 

GADE Statement on Anti-Racism

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