Tag Archive: intersectionality

My client is disabled and queer: The importance of developing an intersectional lens

Jeff Driskell, PhD, LICSW and Elspeth Slayter, MSW, MA, PhD, Salem State University School of Social Work Many social workers have worked hard to be more aware and inclusive of queer[1] clients and colleagues… Continue reading

Recognizing ableism’s link to racism – a missing link in anti-racist social work practice

(This article is coming out shortly in Social Work Helper) These days, many social workers are pretty clear that anti-racism is something they need to work consistently on in their practice, but when… Continue reading

Revisiting classroom laptop bans from the intersections of disability, race & ethnicity

I don’t know about you, but I find my students’ use of laptops in the classroom to be a distraction. I really don’t like it. However, there’s more to the story than me,… Continue reading