Threats to Democracy and Voting Rights: What Can Social Workers Do?
- Social Work Policy Practice Specialization
FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | ONLINE ONLY (VIA ZOOM )
In August 2022, “threats to democracy” became the number 1 issue facing American, topping “the cost of living.” Please join a panel of policy practitioners and thought leaders in the field to discuss threats to democracy and voting rights in the United States and what social workers can do to address such threats. This event is hosted by the Columbia School of Social Work Policy Practice Specialization. All are welcome.
Mimi Abramovitz, DSW, MSW
Bertha Capen Reynolds Professor of Social Policy, Silberman School of Social Work, Hunter College – CUNY and The CUNY Graduate Center
Jaime Estades, JD, MSW
Founder and Executive Director, Latino Leadership Institute
Adjunct Assistant Professor, Columbia School of Social Work
Charles E. Lewis, Jr., PhD
Founder and Director, Congressional Research Institute for Social Work and Policy
Professor and Associate Dean for Doctoral Education, Columbia School of Social Work
Advance registration is not required. To attend, use this Zoom link. Webinar ID: 921 9217 8851. Passcode: 643474