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Community Resources

Anti-Racist Resources

Rutgers School of Social Work recognizes the events that have taken place throughout history – murder, police brutality, and racial injustice – have caused great suffering across our community. 

The loss of Black lives serve as a painful reminder of the systemic and institutionalized racism that have plagued the United States for centuries. They are also a reminder that we, as social workers, have much more work to do in the fight towards injustice. This is a historic moment that we hope can serve as a catalyst to galvanize real and lasting change. 

Rutgers University has also developed lists for becoming anti-racist and of anti-racist resources from the Division of Diversity, Inclusion, and Community Engagement (DICE) at Rutgers–New Brunswick and the Office of Diversity and Inclusion (ODI) at Rutgers Biomedical and Health Sciences


Voter Registration Information

Voting is critical to our nation and the field of social work. Rutgers School of Social Work has compiled a list of resources and actions to help inform and organize our community around civic representation.


Daniel Jordan Fiddle Foundation (DJFF) Adult Autism Resource Guide

Family members and caregivers of autistic adults are too often over-looked in terms of their lifelong need for information and services as they help their loved ones navigate adult life. With the support of the Daniel Jordan Fiddle Foundation, graduate Fellows at Rutgers School of Social Work have developed a list of resources pertinent to adult autism that is designed to address the need for information and services.  

The ongoing goal of the DJFF Resource Guide is to provide a community service that enhances access, in a user-friendly format, of the complex informational system.