Notes You May Have Missed Vol. 6

Published on the last Thursday of each month, Notes You May Have Missed features selected notes from the past and present.

These notes serve as an introduction for new readers of N.A.H. and as a recap for regular visitors.

A Social Work Degree…A Social Worker

“While Child Protection is indeed an important part of Social Work, the truth is, the process of pursuing studies for Social Justice Work and obtaining a degree in the field gives those who are passionate about making a positive impact a vast knowledge base about privilege, oppression and social justice, and wide range of skills that they can use to serve humanity in whatever ways they are passionate about.”

15 Things I’ve learned While Working For Social Justice

“As my journey to learn ways to treat others more humanely continues, I share 15 links to 15 things I’ve learned while working for social justice.”

There Are No Shortcuts

“…no matter what the transformation is that we might be trying to make, there are no short cuts to, and no substitutes for, a genuine commitment to seeing it through.”

An Introduction to Macro Social Work

“I like (the video) because of the way it demonstrates the interconnectedness between micro, mezzo, and macro Social Work, and how necessary it is that practitioners be aware of the concerns and needs of the people they serve within those levels.”

Thank you for your readership and sharing.


From Aspiring Humanitarian, Relando Thompkins-Jones, MSW, LLMSW



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I’m a Social Justice Educator and Aspiring Humanitarian who is interested in conflict resolution, improving intergroup relations, and building more equitable and inclusive communities.

“Notes from an Aspiring Humanitarian” is my blog, where I write about issues of diversity, inclusion, equity, and social justice. By exploring social identities through written word, film & video, and other forms of media, I hope to continue to expand and enrich conversations about social issues that face our society, and to find ways to take social action while encouraging others to do so as well in their own ways.

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