The USC School of Social Work is dedicated to eliminating racial injustice and promoting an ongoing healing and reconciliation process to dismantle racism. This commitment is rooted in the belief that all members of our community are valued and needed to further the human rights and social justice mission of the school and our profession.
This year's All School Day, “Race Relations in the 21st Century,” featured Compton Mayor Aja Brown and USC professors Manuel Pastor and Jody Armour, who discussed the state of race relations today and its possible the future.
Crystal Anthony, MSW ’12, was once a victim of domestic violence. But she turned that pain into something positive and developed an FBI Director’s Community Leadership Award-winning anti-human trafficking program.
Blue Shield of California Foundation has given $200,000 to support the Los Angeles Veterans Collaborative at the USC Center for Innovation and Research on Veterans & Military Families to help transitioning veterans.
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