Smith College Studies in Social Work
COVID 19 interacts with white supremacy, economic insecurity and politcal terrorism, adversely affecting many people and populations. This article considers the consequences of these four interacting pandemics and suggests that social work, particularly clinical social work, requires radical revisioning and decolonizing to be able to ethically and adequately serve affected people.
COVID, psychosocial capacity building, racism, clinical practice, Trump
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Miller, Joshua, "The Four Pandemics" (2020). School for Social Work: Faculty Publications, Smith College, Northampton, MA.
Available for download on Saturday, October 02, 2021