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MLK, Jr. Forum on Racial Justice: "Dismantling Racism: Where Do We Go From Here?"

  • Boston University, George Sherman Union 775 Commonwealth Avenue Boston, MA, 02215 United States (map)

Join us for the Annual MLK, Jr. Forum on Racial Justice. This year's event, "Dismantling Racism: Where Do We Go From Here?" aims to answer one of MLK, Jr.'s final questions. This event is free and open to the public, but you must register to attend. CEUs and a light dinner will be provided.

Where:

Boston University, George Sherman Union
775 Commonwealth Ave.
East Balcony Room
Boston, Massachusetts 

Contact: chapter.naswma@socialworkers.org
617-227-9635

Online registration is available until: 1/27/2019 

With a panel discussion moderated by Phillipe Copeland, PhD, of the Boston University School of Social Work, and small group work, this free annual continuing education program will look to explore one of the final questions Martin Luther King, Jr. left us with: "Where do we go from here?" The panel and accompanying group work will aim to elevate the voices and perspectives of racial and ethnic minorities while empowering all social workers to work together to dismantle racism. A light dinner will be provided. Earn 2.5 CEUs for your participation. 

  • Moderator: Phillipe Copeland, PhD, Boston University School of Social Work

  • Panelist: Crystal Hayes, MSW, Smith College School for Social Work

  • Panelist: Shannon al-Wakeel, Muslim Justice League 

  • Additional panelists to be announced soon!

Earlier Event: January 27
Embracing the Promise to End Racism
Later Event: February 20
An Open Conversation on Race