Anti-Oppression 101: For Children

I thought it’d be nice to share this link to a project that a good friend of mine (Annie Preston) and I put together for our course in Anti-Oppression Social Work Practice (taught by the amazing Ed Lee–I don’t have a link to the syllabus of the course online, but if you email me, I can send you one) last semester.

This project developed out of our mutual interest in working with children and in anti-oppressive theory and practice.  It’s still a work in progress and we’re hoping to expand it in future, so if you have comments, questions, suggestions, criticisms, or would like to contribute, please let us know!

You can find a GoogleDoc version of the workshop at the link below:
Anti-Oppression 101: For Children

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