To attend the conference on Feb. 5th and Feb. 12th, please:
You need to register for each day individually and each day has a different line-up. Due to the popularity of the conference, we will start a waitlist once 5,000 people have registered while we adjust our technical capacity. You may register as usual.
On Feb. 5th and Feb. 12th, the Sandra Rosenbaum School of Social Work at UW-Madison will provide workshops and plenaries with a Wisconsin focus and tying into national conversations around anti-racist and abolitionist ideas within social work. The conference is online, open to all (in Wisconsin and beyond), and is free to attend!
Continuing education (CEU/CEH) credits will be offered for the conference on Feb. 5th and 12th by the Sandra Rosenbaum School of Social Work at NO COST. If you would like to receive continuing education credits for attendance and participation in the conference you will be instructed to indicate this on the registration form. Each session offered will provide 1.5 CEH (0.15 CEU) for a total of 6 CEH/0.6 CEU for full conference attendance. For more information about CEUs, contact Amy Basel (firstname.lastname@example.org).
For updates on workshops and schedule, continue to visit https://confrontinginjustice.socwork.wisc.edu/. For general questions, please contact Jenny Braunginn (email@example.com) or Laura Dresser (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Additional national event
This year, we are an Institutional Supporter of the Social Work, White Supremacy and Racial Justice Symposium (a national series developed by schools of social work at the University of Houston, UCLA, Howard University, and Arizona State). The symposium takes place on the afternoons of Jan. 28-29. We encourage participation in that symposium as well (register separately).