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Neil Bilotta

Neil Bilotta

Clinical Assistant Professor Neil Bilotta explores social inclusion and culturally responsive ethics of social work. He is interested in the ways racism, colonialism, and Eurocentric power inform research methodologies and social work interventions with communities who face substantiated subjugation, most specifically forcibly displaced young people (refugees, asylum-seekers, etc.). He has worked with forcibly displaced young people in sub-Saharan Africa, the Middle East, the United States, and Canada.

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Ms. Hortense McClinton at the Hortense McClinton Legacy Scholarship dinner on May 14, 2022.

School honors social work trailblazer Hortense McClinton

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2019 UNC School of Social Work doctoral cohort

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