Interview with Inabel Burns Lindsay

May 20-June 7, 1977 by Inabel B. Lindsay

Publisher: Schlesinger Library, Radcliffe College in [Cambridge, Mass.]

Written in English
Published: Pages: 60 Downloads: 192
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Subjects:

  • Lindsay, Inabel B., -- 1900-,
  • African American women -- Biography.,
  • African American social workers -- Biography.,
  • Women social workers -- United States -- Biography.

Edition Notes

Statement[conducted by Marcia Greenlee].
SeriesBlack women oral history project -- no. 50
ContributionsGreenlee, Marcia M.
The Physical Object
Paginationiv, 60, ii leaves, [1] leaf of plates :
Number of Pages60
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22101392M

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Sarah Lindsay was born in Cedar Rapids, Iowa and earned her BA from St. Olaf College and MFA from the University of North Carolina-Greensboro. She is the author of the full-length poetry collections Primate Behavior (Grove Press, ), which was a finalist for the National Book Award, Mount Clutter (Grove Press, ), Twigs and Knucklebones (Copper Canyon Press, ), and Debt to the Bone. In Egypt became an assistant professor in the School of Social Work at Howard University, where she worked for 10 years as the assistant to Dean Inabel Lindsay and was responsible for the medical social work curriculum (Crewe et al., ; Stevenson, ). Burns may be most famous, however, for Black Hole, a twelve-issue comic-book series that made my life—and plenty of other people’s—that much more interesting from to Black Hole takes place in Seattle in the s, focusing on a group of four teenagers who all get “the bug,” a fictional STD that deforms them in different ways. Robert Burns Lindsay (July 4, , Lochmaben, Dumfriesshire, Scotland – Febru , Tuscumbia, Alabama) was a Scots-American politician, elected as the 22nd Governor of the U.S. state of Alabama during Reconstruction, and serving one term from to

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Twitter. Pinterest. Embed. Edit. Last edited by Open Library Bot. December 4, | History. An edition of Interview with Inabel Burns Lindsay () Interview with Inabel Burns LindsayPages: Inabel Burns Lindsay was born Febru in St.

Joseph, Missouri. The Burns family set a high priority on education and achievement which reflected on the accomplishments of all of the children. Inabel, named Innie Belle by her parents, was no exception. Forced to cope wth serious disabilities during childhood, Indabel became fiercely.

Interviewees: Inabel Burns Lindsay. Rights (Extant): Permission required to cite, quote, and reproduce. Contact the National Association of Social Workers for information. Subjects: African Americans--Social conditions Discrimination in education Discrimination in employment Housing Human services Social workers.

Genres: Interviews Transcripts. Inabel Burns Lindsay () Inabel's life cont. Described as an activist, educator, researcher, and administrator, Inabel Burns Lindsay served as the first dean of the Howard University School of Social Work, and her extraordinary accomplishments have served as a beacon for.

Get this from a library. Reminiscences of Inabel Burns Lindsay: oral history, [Inabel Burns Lindsay; Vida S Grayson] -- Early childhood: segregation and racial prejudice in the South; Howard University, BA ; Urban League Fellow, New York School of Social Work, training in psychoanalytical and client.

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Inabel Burns Lindsay: Social Work Pioneer Contributor to Practice and Education through a Socio-cultural Perspective. ANNIE WOODLEY BROWN RUBY MORTON GOURDINE SANDRA EDMONDS CREWE.

Howard University School of Social Work. Inabel Burns Lindsay (), founding dean of the Howard University School of Social Work, was an early proponent.

Building an institution second to none: Dr. Inabel Burns Lindsay – a social work leader in the academy. Journal of Human Behavior in the Social Environment, 18(3), Brown, A. Inabel Burns Linsay: Social work pioneer contributor to Practice and education through socio-cultural perspective.

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Inabel Burns Lindsay, 83, a founder and the first dean of the Howard University Graduate School of Social Work and a widely recognized authority in her field, died Sept.

10 at the Washington Home. This article describes Dr. Inabel Burns Lindsay's leadership as the founding dean at Howard University School of Social Work during her 30 years of service from to It chronicles her efforts to build the School as well as her efforts to highlight social injustices of the time.

Biography: For 22 years, Inabel Burns Lindsay served as dean of the Howard University School of Social Work, which she helped establish in the late s.

The youngest in a family of six children, Inabel Burns was encouraged to attend Howard University by her mother, Margaret Hartshorn Burns, and her brother Ocie. After graduating inshe was awarded an Urban League fellowship Views: K.

Extent: 72 interview transcripts; reels of audiotape. Language: English. Related Archival Items: This archive also has the Black Women Oral History Project records, Extent: 5 linear feet.

It includes research material collected by the project consisting of. The Ralph J. Bunche International Affairs Center is a research, educational and professional development center for international affairs at Howard University in Washington, D.C. Ralph J Bunche International Affairs Center is situated feet south of Inabel Burns Lindsay Hall.

Get this from a library. Portrait of a dean: a biography of Inabel Burns Lindsay, first dean of the Howard University School of Social Work.

[LaMoyne Mason Matthews]. Inabel Burns Lindsey (): Social Worker, Professor and First Dean of the Howard University School of Social Work. Inabel Lindsey was born in St. Joseph, Missouri and she prepared for a teaching receiving her undergraduate degree. she entered the New York School of Social Work as an Urban League Fellow from to Described as an activist, educator, researcher, and administrator, Inabel Burns Lindsay served as the first dean of the Howard University School of Social Work, and her extraordinary accomplishments have served as a beacon for generations of social work educators and practitioners.

One of the first to write about the contributions of African Americans to social welfare was Inabel Burns Lindsay (). Lindsay received her MSW from the University of Chicago, School of Social Administration in and her DSW from the University of Pittsburgh in LINDSAY, Dr.

Inabel Burns () DOH 6 Dean of the Howard University School of Social Work, professor, Howard alumna. Describes student life in Washington D. and on Howard's campus in the late teens when she matriculated. Discusses her return to teach at the School of Social Work inthe strained relations she encountered.

Former Maryland delegate and Howard University School of Social Work alumna (MSW '87), Melony Griffith, will serve as the upcoming speaker for the Inabel Burns Lindsay Social Justice Lecture.

The lecture will take place on October 25th, at the Howard University School of Social Work open house during homecoming week.

We invite your comments about our web site, our television programming, and any books you want to recommend for our coverage. You can e-mail Book TV at [email protected] or feel free to leave a. 76 Establishment of the Howard University School of Social Work. The Howard University School of Social Work was established as an autonomous unit in The School is currently housed in the Inabel Burns Lindsay Hall, which is named in honor of its first dean.

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Inabel Burns Lindsay Inaugural Forum on Social Justice Social Action, Advocacy and Agents of Change: Howard University School of Social Work in the ’s. My special guest helping to kick off a new month and new week is Lindsay M.

Chervinsky, Ph.D. We’re chatting about her historical book, The Cabinet: George Washington and the Creation of an American Institution. During her virtual book tour, Lindsay will be awarding a $50 Amazon or Barnes and Noble (winner’s choice) gift card. Founded inthe National Association of Social Workers (NASW) is the largest membership organization of professional social workers in the world, with more thanmembers.

NASW works to enhance the professional growth and development of its members, to create and maintain professional standards, and to advance sound social policies.In Howard University honored Joyner with the Dr. Inabel Burns Lindsay Award for her leadership and commitment to social justice.

In March Central State University inducted her into the Hall of Fame as a Distinguished Alumna, and in that same year .Media in category "Photographs by Schlesinger Library for the Black Women Oral History Project" The following 57 files are in this category, out of 57 total.