Tag Archives: Opinion: Social Justice

Unchained Scholar: Omar Pryce exemplifies mission of USC group designed for justice-involved MSW students

Unchained Scholar: Omar Pryce exemplifies mission of USC group designed for justice-involved MSW students

By: Omar Pryce

For so many students who are justice involved and/or system impacted, reintegrating into society with the albatross of a criminal record around one’s neck can be daunting at best. Social work graduate students who have been formerly incarcerated have even more hurdles to overcome with reduced field placement options ..Read More…

What’s in the Word (or two)?  Social Justice

By Al Murdach, LCSW (retired)

This column explores some of the meanings behind words that today have a significant impact upon the social work profession. Our words today are “social justice.”

Social justice has currently become a mantra for our profession. In the early days of social work social reform was the predominant byword, ..Read More…

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