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It is incredible what can grow out of a shared belief.


SWEAR was formed in response to the way discriminatory licensing exams impact BIPOC professionals and the communities who need their services, keeping many out of the social work profession and others from achieving independent practice and promotions. SWEAR is dedicated to confronting and making substantive change wherever racism and white supremacy have been embedded in the structure of social work policies and practices.


SWEAR is rooted in the belief that harmful barriers have no place in a field set to ensure inclusivity and equality exist not only for the public we serve but for those who have rightfully earned their place as Social Workers in this field. 

Want to take part? Contribute to our work by supporting the current legislation that is
SB871 and SB872

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