Published on : February 10, 2021
In recognition of Black History Month, the Journal of Social Work Education (JSWE) has compiled a new collection of articles by Black authors with a focus on race/racism, oppression, social justice, and related topics. The following articles will be open access until March 31, 2021, through the Taylor & Francis JSWE Online portal.
- “An Assessment of Social Work Education Efforts to Recruit and Retain MSW Students of Color” (Bowie, Nashwan, Thomas, Davis-Buckley, & Johnson)
- “The Impact and Influence of HBCUs on the Social Work Profession” (Bowles, Hopps, & Clayton)
- “Embracing the Village and Tribe: Critical Thinking for Social Workers From an African-Centered Approach” (Dyson & Brice)
The Council on Social Work Education (CSWE) hopes that freely offering these scholarly articles will provide additional resources to the social work education community when they are most needed. Please share the links with your faculty members, colleagues, students, and other interested stakeholders.
CSWE members may also log in on the CSWE website to gain full access to all JSWE Online articles. Simply click on the buttom labeled, "JSWE Online" at the bottom righthand corner of the CSWE homepage, under Books and Journals. Purchase options for all published JSWE articles are available for nonmembers and those who do not have access through university or institutional libraries.