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Inclusive Advocacy: Ditching Deficit and Embracing a Systems View for Clients Experiencing Poverty

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Tuesday, January 30, 2024, 12:00 PM until 1:00 PM Central Time (US & Canada) (UTC-06:00)
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Inclusive Advocacy: How Ditching Deficit Views and Embracing a Systems View Helps Us Relate to and Advocate for Clients Experiencing Poverty

Poverty is a prevalent theme in many client narratives, often overshadowing its distinct impact on their lives. This webinar will delve into deficit ideology and the systemic factors sustaining poverty, particularly the educational challenges stemming from the intersection of poverty, race, and class. Participants will gain insight into recognizing the manifestations of poverty in client life stories and acquire tools to help articulate a more inclusive understanding of experiences, enhancing their advocacy efforts.

This webinar will be presented by Paul Gorski.

Please direct all questions concerning this webinar to Mary Roberts at mer@advancechange.org.