Wednesday, March 29, 12:00pm - 1:30pm
Free Virtual Event - Registration Required:
The School of Social Work will provide 1.5 contact hours for this event. Certificates will be sent following the event.
Isis Bey, MSW, LCSW, CCTP II
M. Josh McNeill, MSW, LCSW
About the Event: The UNC Charlotte Race and Social Equity Academy (RASE) Spring Forum is hosted in collaboration with the School of Social Work Field Education Office and the J. Murrey Atkins Library. The forum will focus on advancing inclusive practices, including anti-racism and equity practices for helping professionals. The forum will feature two dynamic speakers, Isis Bey and Joshua McNeill, sharing best practices for inclusive practice from an intersectional lens.
The RASE Spring Forum is supported by the UNC Charlotte Office of Diversity and Inclusion's Inclusive Excellence Grant.
The Race and Social Equity Academy (RASE) fosters the scholarship of practice and research focused on advancing racial and social parities within the community. Along with empirical scholarship, race dialogue will be supported through intellectual discourse, bringing together thought leaders in our community representing a variety of perspectives on race and social equity matters.
The mission of the J. Murrey Atkins Library is to advance teaching, learning, research, innovation, academic success, and collaboration for UNC Charlotte and the greater Charlotte community by connecting people with expertise, information, services, technologies, spaces, and experiences. The library is open to community members during certain hours--please consult our website or contact us for up-to-date information--and through the Friends of Atkins Library program, community members can get book borrowing privileges plus many other benefits and opportunities.
The UNC Charlotte School of Social Work Field Office is responsible for administering the social work field education program which includes placing students and overseeing the compliance process. In addition, the field office develops field policies and seminar material, manages recruitment and retention of affiliated agencies, and host community events.
The event is supported by the UNC Charlotte Office of Diversity and Inclusion's Inclusive Excellence Grant.