Black Mothers: Against All Odds

By: Domonique Henderson Many Black mothers worry that if they do not raise their children perfectly along with teaching them how to maneuver inside and outside of Black spaces, their children will never be safe. When African American mothers have concerns about having children because the depth of their melanin brings about fear, discrimination, inequity, […]

Women In Social Work

“Each time a woman stands up for herself, without knowing it possibly, without claiming it, she stands up for all women.” – Maya Angelou   By: Bianca Gonzalez In honor of women’s history month, I want to take a moment to emphasize the diversity of women in Social Work, and acknowledge contributions to the work […]

COVID-19 and Women’s Mental Health: The Impact on Wellbeing, Disparities, and Future Implications

By: Maddie Van Ness   Introduction:                                                                    The Coronavirus, first declared as a global pandemic on March 11th, 2020, has impacted millions of individuals in a variety of ways. Across the nation, people have suffered financially, physically, and emotionally from the virus. As a result, an immense number of individuals’ mental health amongst every age group […]