Women of color as social work educators : strengths and survival / edited by Halaevalu F. Ofahengaue Vakalahi, Saundra Hardin Starks, Carmen Ortiz Hendricks.

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Other Authors: Vakalahi, Halaevalu F. Ofahengaue., Starks, Saundra Hardin., Hendricks, Carmen Ortiz.
Format: Book
Published: Alexandria, Va. : Council on Social Work Education, c2007.
Table of Contents:
  • Foreword Wilma Peebles-Wilkins
  • Introduction
  • Part I: A Historical Perspective Chapter 1: Women in Society Darlene Grant Diana M. DiNitto Halaevalu F. Ofahengaue Vakalahi
  • Chapter 2: Women, Women of Color, and the Academy Diana M. DiNitto Darlene Grant Halaevalu F. Ofahengaue Vakalahi
  • Chapter 3: Women of Color in Social Work Education Saundra Hardin Starks Suzie Cashwell
  • Chapter 4: Leaders and Legends in Social Work Education Carmen Ortiz Hendricks Saundra Hardin Starks Halaevalu F. Ofahengaue Vakalahi
  • Part II: The Voices of Women of Color as Social Work Educators
  • Chapter 5: !Si Se Puede! (Yes It Can Be Accomplished!) Barbara A. Candales
  • Chapter 6: The Ditch Jenise Comer Chapter 7: When and Where I Enter and Exit Anita Curry-Jackson
  • Chapter 8: Ada E. Deer, An Activist for Global Humanity Saundra Hardin Starks Kathleen Kirby
  • Chapter 9: I Never Looked Back: Reflections of an African American Social Work Educator Ruby M. Gourdine
  • Chapter 10: My Dance and My Path Saundra Hardin Starks
  • Chapter 11: Archetype, Culture, and Gender: A Maori Social Worker Reflects on Her Academic Career Debbie Hippolite Wright Clifford Mayes
  • Chapter 12: My Color, the Context of My Life Experiences Christine Lowery
  • Chapter 13: Eastâ„—West Convergence, An Uneasy Balance Paula Toki Tanemura Morelli
  • Chapter 14: Demons and Bunnies with Red Wings: A tale About Navigating Academic Life Through the Lens of Ethnicity, Class, Gender, Sexual Orientation, and Luck Debora M. Ortega
  • Chapter 15: Constructing a Bicultural Professional Identity Carmen Ortiz Hendricks
  • Chapter 16: Working From Can't See to Can't See Diane Rush Woods Chapter 17: Dare to Dream as a Woman of Color Corina D. Segovia-Tadehara
  • Chapter 18: Truth and Consequences: My Personal Journey as a Woman of Color Andrea Stewart
  • Chapter 19: The Metaphoric Field Journey of an Asian American Woman: From Fields to Academe Rita Takahashi
  • Chapter 20: What Part of My Pacific Islander Voice Do You Hear? Halaevalu F. Ofahengaue Vakalahi
  • Chapter 21: Seeking a Balance: Perspectives of a Lakota Woman in Social Work Academia Hilary N. Weaver
  • Discussion and Conclusions
  • Index.