Gena McClendon was interviewed on ABC Channel 7, Denver to discuss implications around stricter voting laws.
Mimi Abramovitz’s article, ‘Your Vote is Your Voice, Voting Is Social Work: The National Voter Mobilization Campaign’, was featured in the NASW-NYC Chapter’s Spring/Summer Current’s newsletter.
Featuring Dr. Mimi Abramovitz and Dr. Deborah Mullin at the Voting is Social Work Power of 3 Campaign launch in collaboration with SPEAK on March 30, 2022.
Featuring Dr. Mimi Abramovitz at the SPEAK Why Vote? Campaign Launch.
Featuring Madeline Pérez De Jesús and Cindy Dubuque-Gallo. They argue why voting is social work. They describe their work with the National Social Work Voter Mobilization Campaign and the 2020 National Voter Registration Day Project.
Featuring Terry Mizrahi. The CSWE’s Annual Program Meeting (APM) is the place where social work education professionals collaborate, learn, teach, and grow. This year’s APM is focused on “Leading Critical Conversations: Racial, Economic, & Environmental Justice”.
Compared to white, non-Hispanic people, the CDC reports that, as of May 2021, American Indian or Alaska Native people are hospitalized for Covid-19 at rates that are 3.3 times higher, Black or African Americans at 2.9 times higher, and Hispanic or Latino people at 2.8 times higher.
Georgetown Law’s Institute for Constitutional Advocacy and Protection (ICAP) has created fact sheets for all 50 states explaining the laws barring unauthorized private militia groups and what to do if groups of armed individuals are near a polling place or voter registration drive. Click the link above and find out more for your state!