Her views are akin to many principles currently articulated by the Council of Social Work Education.
Thyra J Edwards
The link between the plight of blacks throughout the world was a cornerstone of her professional philosophy. At a time when the social work profession in the United States believed that black social workers should only focus on blacks in America, Edwards worked with people of all races, nationalities, and ethnicities. It was that viewpoint that attracted her to the Communist Party while she was living in New York in the s, Edwards publicly supported the Loyalists in the Spanish Civil War and used her role as a correspondent to travel to Europe, Mexico, and the Soviet Union.
Her activities with the U. Communists drew the attention of the FBI and she was monitored by U.
Thyra Edwards died in at the age of Gregg Andrews, Thyra J. Carlton-LaNey, ed. Republished with permission from : BlackPast. Edwards — — Social worker, child welfare advocate, labor organizer. Social Welfare History Project. Your email address will not be published. Thyra J. Bay, Mia. NY: Hill and Wang, Boyd, Gerald M. Campbell, Christopher P. Race and News: Critical Perspectives. NY: Routledge, Cose, Ellis.
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