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Establishing an AntiRacist Organization: What Administrators Need to Know
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When: Wednesday, March 23, 2016
6:00 pm- 9:00 pm
Where: NASW Chapter Office
50 Broadway
Suite 1001
New York, New York  10004
United States
Presenter: Paul Levine, LCSW and Alan Siskind, Ph.D

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Every health and human services organization needs to understand the impact of systemic racism on the clients they serve, the community they come from, as well as the internal system of their organization.  This course will focus on the role of senior managers in leading an organization to confront and reverse racism, especially structural racism, in its culture, operations, and thinking. The workshop will cover what structural racism is and how is it manifested. Additionally, the workshop will address how managers should assess current levels of organizational racism.  At the End of this workshop attendees will be able to have an understanding of organizational racism, a basic understanding of how to evaluate an agency's level of organizational racism, as well as have strategies on how to address organizational racism.

Presenter Information:

Paul Levine, LCSW- Former CEO, Jewish Board of Family & Children Services, Consultant on establishing anti-racist organization's, consultant on establishing curricula for schools of Social Work to train Social Workers in the theory and skill sets needed to be effective Human Service Managers.

Alan Siskind, Ph.D- Former CEO, Jewish Board of Family and  Children's Services, Consultant on establishing anti-racist organization's, independent clinical practice.

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