HCR History Presentation - Social Work White R C(2017 May 12 What Empire Got Wrong About Social Workers Retrieved from

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Social Work Leslie Trujillo 1214687916 November 28, 2018 White, R. C. (2017, May 12). What Empire Got Wrong About Social Workers. Retrieved from - wrong-about-social-workers
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1860-1935 Jane Addams, a former aspiration in the Social Work community that founded “Hull House” located in Chicago, Illinois. Hull House primarily devoted to immigrants or personage frequently demeaned from society. Hull House was made to give these individuals access to health care, social life and education. 1861-1928 Mary Richman, an author that began the thought process of what we seen now as “Person-Centered Care”. Leading the Red Cross, workers practiced with the families of our devoted soldiers and helped resolve their problems and meet the needs of absolutely everyone. 1859-1932 Florence Kelley, was a fabulous women and impacted the lives of many. Here are two impacts she had successfully committed in her lifetime. worked hand and hand with Jane Addams to make Hull House a success. Florence was the person to deeply investigate the environment of the factory work force. After encountering the working conditions Florence would not stop until a law was passed prohibiting child labor. 1874-1942 Robert Hunter, another advocate that was associated with both Jane Addams and Florence Kelley. Robert soon would be the leader for Florence Kelley’s National Child Labor Committee working with Lewis W. Hine who took photographs of the working conditions for children which spread like wildfire across the U.S., eventually banning child labor for good. 1874 Etta Wheeler, the woman that first brought child abuse to the surface. Etta worked closely with Henry Bergh, the founder of the Prevention Society of Cruelty to Animals. After much work stories emerged in the media of one specific case leading to the beginning of the society of child abuse prevention.
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