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Great, Great, Great Grandfather

Peter Hudlin

The human cargo would arrive at Peter'shome in crates. He would uncrate the run-away slaves, feed them and provide space for them to rest in his basement until nightfall. He would recrate them and under cover of darkness, load the crates onto a wagon and drive across the river to one of the two major underground routes northward near Alton (Lockhart, 1976).

 

 

Hello, Hola, Bonjour, Zdvravtistie, Buna ziua, Konichiwa, Magandang tanghali po,Guten Tag, nyobzoo, Buon giorno, Nazdar

The ultimate measure of a man is not where he stands in moments of comfort and convenience, but where he stands at times of challenge and controversy. Martin Luther King Jr., Strength to Love, 1963

Courses: Research Interest: Syllabi:

Statement of Teaching Philosophy

 

Wandarah Anderson

Title:

Assistant Professor

Office

Mariposa 5029

E-mail:

wanderson@csus.edu

Office
Phone:

(916) 278-7069

Mailing
Address:

CSU, Sacramento
6000 J Street
Sacramento, CA 95819-xxxx

My Courses on LOCUS

  • Social Work 202 Social Work and Diverse Populations. Preparesstudentsto understand cultural and social diversity. Addresses
    theoretical and practice dimensions of social work with diverse and oppressed and vulnerable people for personal and social empowermentin behalf of human dignity and social justice. Fall only. 3 units.
  • Social Work 140A Social Work Practice. Provides an introduction to the profession and generalist social work practice with individuals, families, groups, organizations, and communities. Practice skills focus on application of the planned changed process from an empowerment approach. Spring only. 3 units.
  • SWRK 140B. Social Work Practice. Generalist practice through a cross-cultural lens. Focuses on culturally competent relationship
    building, assessment, and intervention with individuals, organizations and communities. Prerequisite: SWRK 140A. Corequisite:
    SWRK 195A. Fall only. 3 units.
  • SWRK 140C. Social Work Practice. Focuses on family intervention through an emphasis on strengths-based case management and children and youth issues. Group work processes and intervention examined through experiential and formal learning. Prerequisite: SWRK 140B. Corequisite: SWRK 195B. Spring only. 3 units
  • SWRK 95. Introduction to Social Work. Provides an overview of the social work profession and of social welfare systems especially in relation to marginalized populations. Introduces a generalist perspective to social work practice with emphasis on professional development. Students are exposed to the values and ethics of social work, as well as the important ideologies that shaped social welfare and social work.
    Note: Includes a 20 hour volunteer experience (service learning) to aid in assessing students appropriateness for the profession.

 


Research Interests

Ethnic, Cultural and Multicultural Diversity

Children and Youth Outreach

The Dual Perspective

Women of Color


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Syllabi

Social Work 140A - Social Work Practice

Social Work 140B - Social Work Practice/195A Field Practicum

Social Work 137 - Child and the Law

Social Work 202-Social Work and Diverse Populations

 


Statement of Teaching Philosophy

 

 

 

 

 
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