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The Educator|Resource of the Month provides creative resources for teaching diversity and justice. The resources, which are provided by experts in the field, offer cutting edge diversity practice models and content on social, economic, and environmental justice. 


2020

May: Shedding Light on Solitary Confinement
April: Cultural Adaptation of Behavioral Interventions
March: A Blueprint to Reduce LGBTQ Youth Homelessness 
February: Equity-minded Competence in Higher Education 
January: The NAME Steps: Addressing Anti-LGBTQIA2S+ Microaggressions 


2019

December: Summer & Fall 2019 Recap
November: Online Teaching: Humanizing Immigration
October: Launch of the Center Library on Diversity and Justice 
September: Leading the Transformation: Working With Latinx Communities 
August: Free-Choice Reading in Foundation Courses
July: The Practice of Hope: Participatory Models for Work With Communities
June: Winter and Spring 2018–2019 Recap
May: Developing a Culturally Tailored Intervention
April: Social Work With Refugees, Immigrants, and Migrants
March: Rethinking Practice With Multicultural Communities: Implications for Social Work Education 
February: Doin' The Work: Podcasts of Interviews With Frontline Workers Who Are Changing Communities
January: Prevention Training Modules for Behavioral Health Practice


2018

December: Curricular Resource on Issues of Disability-Competent Care
November: Social Justice 101: Teaching Empathy and Critical Thinking Using Books With Powerful Messages on Social Justice