Reimagining Anti-Oppression Social Work Practice

By Samantha Wehbi, Henry Parada


Thought-provoking and engaging, this edited volume invites readers to examine how anti-oppression practices can be fostered as a platform for transformation within social work education and organizational settings. Written by practitioners, educators, and students who have long engaged with anti-oppression and social justice frameworks, the chapters in this collection offer in-depth insights into how anti-oppression principles can enhance social work practice.

Through supportive critiques and an exploration of the complexities of practice with and by marginalized populations, the authors seek to push the scope and boundaries of anti-oppression practice. They offer concrete examples on a diversity of issues, including developing Indigenous practice principles, addressing anti-Black sanism, challenging normative constructions of grief, supporting queer resistance, and advancing critical practices with children and youth. A well-timed contribution to the field, this edited collection will be an indispensable resource for social work students, scholars, and practitioners.


  • offers in-depth insights based on wisdom from practitioners, educators, and students
  • features uniquely Canadian examples while also considering issues and populations that are relevant within international contexts
  • perfect for upper-level students looking to build their understanding of anti-oppression


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