Friday, February 19, 2021 9:00 AM-1:00 PM
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This course will show how personal and collective experiences of race shape our world view and contribute to systems of oppression and/or liberation.
Kentucky Board of Social Work
Shannon E. Cambron, EdD, MSW, CSW
Dr. Shannon Cambron serves as Chair of the School of Social Work at Spalding University. A tenured full professor with 14 years in higher education, she serves on numerous national and local boards/advisory groups including the Juvenile Justice Advisory Council for Jefferson County, the Office for Safe and Healthy Neighborhoods, The Social Work Anti-Racist Coalition of Kentucky and the National Association of Deans and Directors. The focus of Dr. Cambron’s scholarship/social work practice is the dismantling of institutional racism and the decolonization of higher education through equity, liberation and reparation strategies, areas in which she has both published and presented to local and national audiences. In addition, Dr. Cambron has authored/delivered trainings on cultural humility and adverse childhood/community experiences for Jefferson County Public Schools and the Department for Community Based Services in Kentucky. She seeks to be in all things an accomplice in the work of racial healing, equity, justice and liberation. This passion fuels her work and shapes her vision.
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