Political Education

URIP provides political education and community building for social work students and activists through trainings, conferences and events. We look forward to seeing you at a future event!


The Interschool Council on Undoing Racism (ICUR) Labs: ICUR is a project of the Undoing Racism TM Internship Project and supplies free foundational racial equity analysis and community organizing skills to students and social workers through a series of labs every semester. Check out the calendar of upcoming labs and review labs from past semesters. In addition, ICUR provides a space for all antiracist organizing groups, at each of the individual schools, to report on what their school is working on, and how others can support. ICUR organizes events for anti-racism organizers/supporters to meet and socialize in order to create cohesion between students involved in the movement to transform social work education. Interested in getting involved? Email urip@nasw.org.


Love Conference: ReLOVEution is the Movement is URIP's annual conference on the politics of love in racial justice movements. Learn more about upcoming and past conferences.


Presentations: Each semester, URIP interns and steering committee members present to social work students in numerous classrooms and field sites on the importance of an having an anti-racist lens in the curriculum. Learn more and schedule a presentation.

 

Undoing Racism Workshop: Each year URIP organizes two student focused Undoing Racism Workshops. Learn more about the workshop and attend an upcoming one.


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