The 57th Annual Program Meeting offered the more than 2,600 attendees almost 500 sessions confronting the inequities and lack of access across racial, ethnic, sexual and gender identity, and socioeconomic backgrounds.
The presentations by the three plenary speakers spoke about different segments of the population facing the disparity and inequality issues and the need for the profession to be at the forefront.
The APM also featured the 2011 Special Presidential Panel examining the history of the U.S. civil rights movement and the evolution of social work education with Congressman John Lewis receiving the President’s Award. Also more than 100 social work programs, publishers, associations, social service organizations, and other vendors exhibited their innovative products.
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