Big IDEAS in Social Work: Martell Teasley on the Grand Challenge to Eliminate Racism

During this episode, Martell Teasley, Network Lead for the Grand Challenge to Eliminate Racism and the University of Utah’s associate provost for strategic academic initiatives, discusses a few of the ideas covered in his new book, Social Work and the Grand Challenge to Eliminate Racism: Concepts, Theory, and Evidence Based Approaches, which he co-edited with Michael Spencer and Melissa Bartholomew.

Big IDEAS is hosted by the University of Utah College of Social Work’s Dean Philip Osteen to engage innovative thinkers and cutting-edge researchers to discuss Big IDEAS around Inclusion, Diversity, Equity, Accessibility, and Sustainability.

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