In this podcast, Carmen Gonzalez, Professor of Law at the Seattle University School of Law, discusses the provenance, methodology, and findings of her path-breaking book about the hurdles faced by women of color in the academy. Professor Gonzalez visited the Columbia School of Social Work in September for talks with faculty, advisors, and administrators.
We offer a collection of tributes and reflections on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington, from several members of the Columbia School of Social Work community—some of whom were there!
In this pilot podcast, Professor Ron Mincy delivers thoughts on one of the summer’s racially charged events: the outcome of the trial for the shooting of African American youth Trayvon Martin. As it happens, the launch coincides with the 50th anniversary of the historical March on Washington, when Martin Luther King delivered his “I Have a Dream” speech.
Congratulations, 2013 graduates of CUSSW! As a keepsake of your special event, we present the full text of the commencement address that Vernon Jordan delivered, for which he received a standing ovation.
The Columbia University School of Social Work announced today that Vernon E. Jordan, Jr., will serve as speaker for its commencement ceremony Wednesday, May 22, 2013, at 2:00 p.m. in the Beacon Theatre, on Broadway and 72nd Street.
Dean Jeanette Takamura was a panelist at a special screening at the Ford Foundation of a new documentary about Whitney Young, a social worker and one of the unsung heroes of the civil rights movement. He also has a special association with CUSSW.
CUSSW alumna Teresa Ann Willis (’05) has written a novel for young adults confronting the problem of self-hatred among African-descended people in the Americas.
Part 2 of a post on this year’s Self Care Day is full of students’ advice on practicing self-care—some of which you may wish to put into practice over Thanksgiving break!