Sandra Bernabei

"All I want is for my child to have a fair chance at what others get. Equity without minority status!"
When I heard these words from another parent, I took my first step toward becoming a community organizer for anti racist change. It has turned into a lifetime journey of learning and personal growth that has brought me to a greater sense of humanity than I could ever have imagined, a committed life to the realities described in the stunning writings of Ta-Nehisi Coates in “Between the World and Me” (Spiegel & Grau, 2015), which is a letter to his son. His book is essential reading for a just world. It is my dream that our social work community will move towards this humanity by building a human rights agenda that demands for all New Yorkers a fair chance for a better life. read more..


    The 30 Most Influential Social Workers Alive Today


    Achieving Racial Equity Through Social Work

    Achieving Racial Equity Through Social Work:
      Introduction to Our New Column

    Think Creatively and Act Decisively:
      Creating an Antiracist Alliance of Social Workers

Season 11-Undoing Racism with Kerron Norman and Sandra Bernabei
from Toni Williams on Vimeo.


    This 25 minute interview with Sandy Bernabei addresses     the work of becoming more effective in the elimination of     racial discrimination, the role of civil rights and the difference     that a human rights lens came make in achieving racial equity.

    Monday Morning Manager Blog Series