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  • Community in Action: Advocacy for Housing, Public Accommodation, and Workplace Equal Rights

    Check out this video in partnership with the Dennis R. Neill Equality Center, advocating for housing, public accommodation, and workplace equal rights.This video is a product of a class project (Dallas Pettigrew) and showcases the work of students: Abby Boehning, JJ Mitchell, LaDawn Abdoo, and Johnny Cunningham. This video incorporates local, Oklahoma legislation, as well as features the voices and faces of Tulsa residents.    Read More...

  • Filed Instructor Spotlight

      Ann Benson is a board member of Parents Helping Parents, an organization which has chapters in Norman, Tulsa, and Edmond. This non-profit is comprised of parents who are concerned about drug/alcohol use in their adolescent or adult children. The organization is 100% volunteer-based with a mission of providing education, resources, and support for parents.   Read More...

  • Social Work with American Indians

      The Anne and Henry Zarrow School of Social Work is excited to add a new certificate program to our offerings. Students can now get a graduate certificate in Social Work with American Indians. This certificate program is 15 hours with three core courses (3 hours each) and 6 hours selected from within Social Work or Native American Studies with approval.   Read More...

  • Diversity Fair

      This month sixty undergraduate students and twenty graduate students participated in a Diversity Fair as part of an assignment for Human Diversity and Oppression taught by Dr. Natale and Dr. McLeod.   Read More...

  • Class Activity - Examining Race & Gender

      Most Americans grew up believing that all Americans have equal opportunity to succeed because there is a level playing field and affirmative action was no longer necessary. Paul Kivel developed the examining race and gender exercise to challenge our common assumptions of equal access. This exercise was used in Dr.   Read More...