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Thursday, February 15th 2024

EmpowerHer: Social Work, Intergenerational Trauma & Black Women's Dating Experiences

Audrey Thompson (BA, HBSW, MSW, RSW)
presented by OASW

Thursday, February 15, 2024
12 to 1:30 p.m. ET | Online

Join Audrey Thompson to explore how social workers can empower Black women by integrating their dating and relationship experiences into the narrative of intergenerational trauma, while promoting inclusivity and dismantling systemic barriers in the dating world. Dive deeper into the historical context, terminology and landscape of the dating world for Black women, and discuss and redefine beauty and femininity standards that drive and define Black women's representation in the media. Through case scenario and social work principles, we will challenge the narrative and examine core values.

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About the Presenter:

Audrey Thompson is a passionate advocate who believes that individuals can be a vehicle for empowerment and change, especially among those who have faced adversity in their lives. She has held numerous positions during her career, including individual and systemic advocate, program and clinical manager, mental health therapist, facilitator, and program coordinator. She has designed and conducted workshops in Canada, Japan, Argentina and Denmark on various areas, including relationships, sexual health, rights, life skills, facilitation, knowledge exchange, and employment. In addition, she founded ANYANGO, an organization dedicated to creating engagement platforms.

website: https://oasw.org/Public/Public/Events_and_Education/Black_Voices_in_Social_Work.aspx?hkey=0d2f72d0-9685-4c19-b9a8-010c80be996f

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