Black History Month: a provocation and a timeline

WILLIAMS, C and Bernard, C 2018, 'Black History Month: a provocation and a timeline', Critical and Radical Social Work, vol. 6, no. 3, pp. 387-406.


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Collection: Journal Articles

Title Black History Month: a provocation and a timeline
Author(s) WILLIAMS, C
Bernard, C
Year 2018
Journal name Critical and Radical Social Work
Volume number 6
Issue number 3
Start page 387
End page 406
Total pages 20
Publisher Policy Press
Abstract Interest in collecting social work histories has gathered pace with collections held by the Social Work History Network in Edinburgh University and Kings College, and several writers offering historical accounts of the development of social work. Few systematic accounts exist that specifically track the history of social work and social work education for engagement with black lives and with black communities, though there exists a considerable body of literature from which this history can be gleaned, some rapidly going into attrition. Here, we set out a timeline through a black British history that charts significant events, key moments, landmarks and publications, and legislative and policy turns that have relevance to the story of social work education in the UK. The timeline offers a mere snapshot, but nevertheless a useful one, in prompting deeper exploration of context, analysis and interpretation. We have consulted widely in the development of this timeline and offer it here as our contribution to Black History Month 2018.
Subject Clinical Social Work Practice
Keyword(s) history
social work education
black and minority ethnic groups
timeline
DOI - identifier 10.1332/204986018X15421187371408
Copyright notice © 2018 Critical and Radical Social Work. All Rights Reserved.
ISSN 2049-8675
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