Anti-racism Part 2: Exploring White Identity Development

    Wednesday, September 30, 2020 at 1:00 PM until 2:00 PMCentral Daylight Time

    Engaging effectively in anti-racist work requires social work professionals to understand how racial identities develop and function. In this webinar, NWU professors Kara Cavel and Toni Jensen will use Janet Helms’ model of White Identity Development to guide participants to:

    • Understand how white identities develop
    • Explore the beliefs and actions tied to white identity
    • Spot the unique developmental stages of white identity

    These master teachers will deepen your understanding of how racial identity development impacts social work.

    Kara Cavel, PhD, LICSW
    Prof. Cavel has 18 years of experience in social work in Nebraska. Her service has focused on chronic stress resulting from abusive or neglectful care. She is on the faculty of NWU’s new Master of Social Work program.

    Toni Jensen, DSW
    Prof. Jensen has worked with the Nebraska Supreme Court’s Administrative Office of the Courts and Probation in cases involving domestic and sexual violence. She has served victims of violence for the Ponca Tribe of Nebraska.

    Can’t make it on September 30? Register for free and we’ll send you a video.

    If you have any questions, contact Jeff Hardy at jhardy@nebrwesleyan.edu or (402) 580-8781.

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