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Overview

First published in 1956, the primary goal of the “New York City Chapter Newsletter” renamed “Currents” in the early 1960s was to keep members informed. As a “channel of communication” to members, the newsletter highlighted activities and issues that were important to and for social workers in the New York City area. To date, Currents still serves this purpose, highlighting cutting edge developments in social work, by field of practice, the impact of policies on the profession, field, and by communities served. Also, in alignment with the Chapter’s primary lens and organizing theme of race, diversity and intersectionality (RDI), Currents places a focused lens on ways that issues of race diversity impact social work practice and systems.

 

Submit an Article! 

 

Are you interested in writing for our Newsletter? See below for more details.

 

Share your stories of your own lived experience, or generalized stories from your work with clients. Submissions should be no more than one page single-spaced and submitted no later than the deadline. 

 

Submission does not guarantee publication, and we reserve the right to edit articles. 

 

Please click here for a full list of guidelines. 

 

 

Advertise in Currents!

 

Currents is a bi-monthly electronic newsletter that is sent via email to all our 7000+ members and posted on our website. Use the next issue to get the word out about your upcoming events, classes, workshops, or other important announcements.

 

Submit your high-resolution ad(s) to be published by emailing your ad (in the proper dimensions) to ads.naswnyc@socialworkers.org making sure all text and images are present. Please see below for deadlines, rates and specs.

 

 

 

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