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Whitton, Charlotte  

Allan Moscovitch

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Nov 2013
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Charlotte Whitton (1896–1975) was a woman of enormous energy, personal ambition, and drive. She had essentially three careers: as a social worker who was the guiding force behind the ... More

Wickenden, Elizabeth  

Eric R. Kingson

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Jun 2013
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Elizabeth Wickenden (1909–2001) was a social work administrator and advisor, policy writer, and advocate. In the 1950s, she launched an effective coalition of social welfare and labor ... More

Wiley, George  

Jean K. Quam

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Jun 2013
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George Wiley (1931–1973) was a reformer, organizer, and social activist. He is credited with organizing poor people into a significant political force in the United States during the late ... More

Wilkins, Roy  

Wilma Peebles-Wilkins

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Jun 2013
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Roy Wilkins (1901–1981) was a writer and national civil rights spokesperson. He was assistant executive secretary and executive director of the NAACP for 46 years, during which time he ... More

Williams, Anita Rose  

Wilma Peebles-Wilkins

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Jun 2013
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Anita Rose Williams (1891–1983) was a social worker and supervisor. She was the first Black Catholic social worker in the United States and the first Black supervisor employed by a ... More

Witte, Ernest Frederic  

John F. Longres

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Jun 2013
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Ernest Frederic Witte (1904–1986) was an educator and administrator. His work in the social welfare field, particularly during World War II, was influential both in the United States and ... More

Wittman, Milton  

Ruth Irelan Knee

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Jun 2013
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Milton Wittman (1915–1994) was a social worker, writer, and leader in social work, public health, and mental health. He played a key role in the expansion of opportunities for social work ... More

Women: Overview  

Ruth A. Brandwein

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Jun 2013
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This overview entry introduces the topic of women, beginning with general demographic information. The section on poverty and inequality, which follows, describes the gender differences ... More

Women: Practice Interventions  

Josefina Figueira-McDonough

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Jun 2013
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Gender hierarchy is the most pervasive source of inequality in the world. In view of the commitment of social work to the goal of justice, redressing the consequences of inequality among ... More

Women: Health Care  

Marian A. Aguilar

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Jun 2013
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This entry provides an abbreviated version of the status of women's health in the United States, highlighting health care utilization, health care expenditures, policy issues, barriers to ... More

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