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Black Lives Matter Social Work Student Caucus

The Rutgers School of Social Work Black Lives Matter Social Work Student Caucus (BLMSWSC) is a student-led group that is striving towards racial justice for the African American community through anti-racism efforts.

Connect and learn more about the BLMSWSC on Twitter and Instagram at @BLMSWSC_rutgers.

Recent News & Updates from BLMSWSC

Meet BLMSWSC Member Simone Jarvis
Deeply committed to anti-racism efforts, Jarvis believes the field of social work has a responsibility to recognize the racist policies that are so deeply ingrained in our society. She decided to join the BLMSWSC at the School of Social Work to help spur discussions on how to reconstruct these policies.

An Interview with BLM Social Work Student Caucus Member Sarah Kim
As a member of the BLMSWSC, Sarah Kim voices her opinions on the variety of issues the Black community faces and proposes solutions to those problems. Extremely passionate about the need to reform the policies surrounding racism, Kim has and her peers created a petition to NASW to restructure their anti-racist policies.


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