Cultural, Ethnic & Racial Affairs Shared Interest Group announces its annual...
Social Work Students of Color Reception
Monday, September 30, 2013
Vicarious Trauma in the Wake of the Boston Marathon Bombing
A Community Perspective
Hear the experiences of social workers from Beth Israel Hospital’s Center for Violence Prevention and Recovery who worked at area hospitals with the victims and their families, as well as from area social workers who ran the marathon. This tragedy had profound impacts on countless individuals and communities, including those regularly exposed to community violence, veterans and immigrants from countries affected by conflict and war. This discussion is open to all NASW-MA members and students.
Wheelock College, Brookline Campus
43 Hawes Street, Brookline
Public transit: C train on the Green line. Short walk from St. Mary’s St. stop.
Parking: Off street parking and meter parking. No parking in Wheelock parking lot.
This is a FREE event.
RVSP to firstname.lastname@example.org by September 23
Cultural, Ethnic, and Racial Affairs (CERA)
CERA supports and encourages leadership of social workers of color, and promotes education and skill development. Members share the common goal of empowerment.
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