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Whose Child Am I?: Unaccompanied, Undocumented Children in US Immigration Custody
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written by Susan J. Terrio, 1950- (Oakland, CA: University of California Press, 2015), 278 page(s)
written by Susan J. Terrio, 1950- (Oakland, CA: University of California Press, 2015), 278 page(s)
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With Love
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produced by (small print) Films (New York, NY: (small print) Films, 2015), 34 mins
A unique and inspirational vérité love letter doc that gives a first-hand look into NYC's historic secular grass-roots organization, God's Love We Deliver, which began delivering nutritious meals to a neglected community at the height of the AIDS crisis and then snowballed into a non-profit organization that imp...
produced by (small print) Films (New York, NY: (small print) Films, 2015), 34 mins
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Women and Children First: The Contribution for the Children's Bureau to Social Work
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edited by Kristine Nelson, 1943-2012 and Alice Lieberman, fl. 1988 (Alexandria, VA: Council on Social Work Education, 2013, originally published 2013), 272 page(s)
This timely book focuses on the long and productive relationship between the Children’s Bureau and the social work community, which has remained a constant since the founding of the Bureau in 1912. Containing a dozen chapters by well-known leaders in the field, the volume traces the interaction of the Bureau wit...
edited by Kristine Nelson, 1943-2012 and Alice Lieberman, fl. 1988 (Alexandria, VA: Council on Social Work Education, 2013, originally published 2013), 272 page(s)
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Women of Color as Social Work Educators: Strengths and Survival
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edited by Halaevalu Ofahengaue-Vakalahi, fl. 2001, Saundra Starks, fl. 2007 and Carmen Ortiz Hendricks, 1947-2016 (Alexandria, VA: Council on Social Work Education, 2007), 322 page(s)
Inside the pages of this beautifully-presented book are the narratives of twenty women of color who are social work educators in predominantly White systems and institutions. This book brings to life their voices and illuminates their unique experiences as contributors to the betterment of social work education. E...
edited by Halaevalu Ofahengaue-Vakalahi, fl. 2001, Saundra Starks, fl. 2007 and Carmen Ortiz Hendricks, 1947-2016 (Alexandria, VA: Council on Social Work Education, 2007), 322 page(s)
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You're Looking at Me Like I Live Here and I Don't
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directed by Scott Kirschenbaum, fl. 2004-2010; produced by Scott Kirschenbaum, fl. 2004-2010, Gracey Nagle, fl. 2004-2017 and Shane Boris, fl. 2004-2017, Peripheral Productions and You’re Looking At Me (Privately Published, 2011), 58 mins

In Danville, California, Lee Gorewitz wanders on a soul-searching odyssey through her Alzheimer’s & Dementia care unit. Confined by the limits of her physical boundaries, she scavenges for reminders of her life in the outside world. Yet her search is for more than a word, or a memory, or a familiar face. It is a...

directed by Scott Kirschenbaum, fl. 2004-2010; produced by Scott Kirschenbaum, fl. 2004-2010, Gracey Nagle, fl. 2004-2017 and Shane Boris, fl. 2004-2017, Peripheral Productions and You’re Looking At Me (Privately Published, 2011), 58 mins
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ZOOM IN
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directed by Barbara J. Diamond, fl. 2012; produced by Barbara J. Diamond, fl. 2012, Diamond Law Training (Portland, OR: Diamond Law Training, 2015), 24 mins
Zoom In is an intimate portrait of five disabled people living in the Pacific Northwest. They discuss micro-aggressions and bias against people with disabilities, developing disability pride and identity, and how bias affects them every day. The film suggests how teachers, coworkers, health care workers, and famil...
directed by Barbara J. Diamond, fl. 2012; produced by Barbara J. Diamond, fl. 2012, Diamond Law Training (Portland, OR: Diamond Law Training, 2015), 24 mins
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