The Columbia University School of Social Work is hosting a critical race theory education series that focuses on systemic racism, racial privilege, and “black power.”
The series is titled Racial Justice and Liberatory Practice Series and provides social workers with credits they need to maintain their licenses, qualifying in some cases as part of “continuing education” required of such professionals.
The series, hosted by the Columbia University School of Social Work, is split into four different sections and costs anywhere from $240 to $270 to attend.
The description explains that “All coursework is meant to allow participants to enhance their capacities to take action that challenges oppressive systems such as racism, sexism, classism, ageism, ableism, heterosexism, in the context of social work.”
“Participants will have the opportunity to examine their…