Submit by Day 7 a 2- to 3-page APA formatted paper in which

Submit by Day 7 a 2- to 3-page APA formatted paper in which you:Explain the potential impact of white privilege on clients from both dominant and minority groups (consider impact of both positive and negative stereotypes).Explain how intersecting identities might impact an individual’s experience (for example, race/ethnicity and gender, race/ethnicity and class, race/ethnicity and ability, race/ethnicity and sexual orientation, race/ethnicity and class). Providing specific examples, explain how a social worker might utilize cultural strengths when working with clients. Describe 2-3 social work skills and how a social worker might use them to engage in anti-oppressive work.Support ideas in paper with at least 2-3 course resources (please reference specific chapters, not the entire textbook) and at least one additional peer-reviewed article from the Walden library (not assigned in this course) to support your ideas.Carlton-LaNey, I. (1999). African American social work pioneers’ response to need. Social Work, 44(4), 311-321. Retrieved from Walden Databases.Johnston-Goodstar, K. (2013). Indigenous youth participatory action research: Re-visioning social justice for social work with indigenous youths. Social Work, 58(4), 314-320. Retrieved from Walden Databases.Joo, N., Reeves, R. V., & Rodrigue, E. (2016). Asian-American success and the pitfalls of generalization. The Brookings Institute. Retrieved from https://www.brookings.edu/blog/social-mobility-memos/2016/04/20/asian-american-success-and-the-pitfalls-of-generalization/Mattsson, T. (2014). Intersectionality as a useful tool: Anti-oppressive social work and critical reflection. Affilia, 29(1), 8-17.

Submit by Day 7 a 2- to 3-page APA formatted paper in which

Submit by Day 7 a 2- to 3-page APA formatted paper in which you:Explain the potential impact of white privilege on clients from both dominant and minority groups (consider impact of both positive and negative stereotypes).Explain how intersecting identities might impact an individual’s experience (for example, race/ethnicity and gender, race/ethnicity and class, race/ethnicity and ability, race/ethnicity and sexual orientation, race/ethnicity and class). Providing specific examples, explain how a social worker might utilize cultural strengths when working with clients. Describe 2-3 social work skills and how a social worker might use them to engage in anti-oppressive work.Support ideas in paper with at least 2-3 course resources (please reference specific chapters, not the entire textbook) and at least one additional peer-reviewed article from the Walden library (not assigned in this course) to support your ideas.Carlton-LaNey, I. (1999). African American social work pioneers’ response to need. Social Work, 44(4), 311-321. Retrieved from Walden Databases.Johnston-Goodstar, K. (2013). Indigenous youth participatory action research: Re-visioning social justice for social work with indigenous youths. Social Work, 58(4), 314-320. Retrieved from Walden Databases.Joo, N., Reeves, R. V., & Rodrigue, E. (2016). Asian-American success and the pitfalls of generalization. The Brookings Institute. Retrieved from https://www.brookings.edu/blog/social-mobility-memos/2016/04/20/asian-american-success-and-the-pitfalls-of-generalization/Mattsson, T. (2014). Intersectionality as a useful tool: Anti-oppressive social work and critical reflection. Affilia, 29(1), 8-17.