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Saturday, October 29 • 4:00pm - 5:00pm
Author - Tom Coffman - How Social Work Changed Hawaii: From Practice to Social Justice

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Social work typically is not understood as a profession possessing a history, let alone making history. Yet it has, and it does. How Social Work Changed Hawai‘i presents eight change makers and offers a framework for the transformative role of social work—and social justice—in the Aloha State.

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Susan Chandler

Susan Chandler taught social work, public administration, and public policy at the UH for 40 years, and served as the Director of Human Services under Governor Cayetano. She is on the Board at EPIC, `Ohana, Inc., and now on Cape Cod is co-chair and Certified Mentor at SCORE, board... Read More →

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Tom Coffman

Tom Coffman’s work in book and documentary film focuses on the social and political development of Hawai‘i. He was chief political reporter of the Honolulu Star Bulletin (1968-73) and since then has been an independent writer and producer. He is the recipient of the State of Hawaiʻi’s... Read More →
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Stephen Morse

Stephen Morse was born and raised on O`ahu. Educated at Maryknoll, the Kamehameha Schools, Beloit College (BA), Beloit, Wisconsin, and the University of Hawai`i School of Social Work (Masters in Social Work). He has spent 50 years advocating for social and economic justice for Native... Read More →

Saturday October 29, 2022 4:00pm - 5:00pm HST