Situating 'community as expert' for social justice: MSW student Sarah Grace Hafen

Using social work research to advance equity in social work practice is a passion for CSU Master of Social Work student Sarah Grace Hafen (she/her). Hafen is the recipient of CSU's College of Health and Human Sciences Research Day award for Equity and Social Justice Category-Distinction in Graduate Research, as well as the CHHS Graduate Student Excellence in Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Award.

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Liberating our minds and moving our bodies: Neurodecolonization and Indigenous pathways to healing traumas of colonialism

On Wednesday, March 10 at 6 p.m., University of Manitoba dean and professor of Social Work Dr. Michael Yellow Bird will be the featured speaker of the biennial Brad Sheafor Lecture Series in Social Work. In the online presentation, Yellow Bird will explore mindfulness as a global tool of decolonization in “Neurodecolonization and the Medicine Wheel: An Indigenous Approach to Healing the Traumas of Colonialism.”

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