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YSocialWork, Inc. @YSocialWork
We sure are! #MacroSW
Dawn M @DawnM86450136
RT @OfficialMacroSW: Inequality for All #MacroSW Live Twitter Chat 3/26/2020 — SocialWorkSynergy https://t.co/x7dUSu89ph https://t.co/Dg98J…
Ashley Marie @Ashley33mariexo
RT @MSWbrii: #MacroSW praying i can keep up https://t.co/8LO9LXPpHr
Matthew L. Schwartz, MBA, CFSW, LMSW, CASAC-T @SocialWorkDesk
Glad to be back at the #MacroSW chat :-) my D&D game has been moved to Saturday on @roll20app :-)
UBuffalo Social Work @UBSSW
Welcome to tonight's #MacroSW Chat on Inequality for All, with @JimmySW - This is Pat Shelly for @UBSSW - we had sunshine today, and warm-ish temperatures in #Buffalo NY . https://t.co/7PRKtLmK51 1/3 https://t.co/33k0U48epp
Anna @Anna_equality4u
So excited to join my first live chat #MacroSW #SUsocialwork
Karina do Vale @KarinaMagnago
Excuse my extra tweets tonight as I join #MACROSW twitter chat!
Ashley Clark @AshleyC92224530
My name is Ashley and I am a BSW senior at FGCU. I am excited for tonight's #MacroSW chat. #SOW3232 https://t.co/ExDS6fEPlt
Chris krysztofowicz @Beardowulf
Hello everyone! My name is Chris, and this is my first #MacroSW chat! I'm an MSW student at UB. I look forward to the discussion tonight about inequality!
Maria.S @Maria_110515
It's Thursday, so please excuse my extra tweets! About to start the #MacroSW chat for tonight with #SOW3232 https://t.co/d2BCRgWJBo
Karen Zgoda🌹 @karenzgoda
RT @Anna_equality4u: So excited to join my first live chat #MacroSW #SUsocialwork
Jimmy A. Young, PhD, MSW @JimmySW
RT @UBSSW: Welcome to tonight's #MacroSW Chat on Inequality for All, with @JimmySW - This is Pat Shelly for @UBSSW - we had sunshine today…
Karen Zgoda🌹 @karenzgoda
RT @UBSSW: Welcome to tonight's #MacroSW Chat on Inequality for All, with @JimmySW - This is Pat Shelly for @UBSSW - we had sunshine today…
Chris krysztofowicz @Beardowulf
RT @UBSSW: Welcome to tonight's #MacroSW Chat on Inequality for All, with @JimmySW - This is Pat Shelly for @UBSSW - we had sunshine today…
Karen Zgoda🌹 @karenzgoda
RT @TheMattSchwartz: Glad to be back at the #MacroSW chat :-) my D&D game has been moved to Saturday on @roll20app :-)
Karen Zgoda🌹 @karenzgoda
RT @YSocialWork: We sure are! #MacroSW https://t.co/MXAXxTAeNM
James Fargnoli @FargnoliJames
Hello everybody, exited for tonight's chat again at #macrosw #SOW3232
Karen Zgoda🌹 @karenzgoda
RT @Beardowulf: Hello everyone! My name is Chris, and this is my first #MacroSW chat! I'm an MSW student at UB. I look forward to the discu…
Jill Meyer @Jill_Meyer
I'm excited for this #IncomeInequality #MacroSW https://t.co/OBIkD9JlL8
Karen Zgoda🌹 @karenzgoda
RT @AshleyC92224530: My name is Ashley and I am a BSW senior at FGCU. I am excited for tonight's #MacroSW chat. #SOW3232 https://t.co/ExDS6…
Matthew L. Schwartz, MBA, CFSW, LMSW, CASAC-T @SocialWorkDesk
Please excuse my flurry of tweets, I'm #MacroSW-ing tonight :-) https://t.co/R5DVTkFSLv
Angelina M Saunders @AngelinaMSaund1
#MacroSW social workers unite!!
Karen Zgoda🌹 @karenzgoda
RT @Jill_Meyer: I'm excited for this #IncomeInequality #MacroSW https://t.co/OBIkD9JlL8
Colbey Dawkins @ColbeyDawkins
Hello I am Colbey a BSW major at FGCU and Im excited to join in on tonights chat!!! #MacroSW #SOW3232
Mayra Carranza @MayraCa64184732
Let’s do this ! My first #Macrosw chat!
Matt @Matt47363682
Hi all, this is Matt, I'm a MSW student with a #communitymentalhealth concentration @csudh #CSUDHmsw501 #macrosw
Meagan Weems @WeemsMeagan
Hi everyone! Excited for the #MacroSW chat tonight #SOW3232
Allison Ware @AlliWare826
RT @TheMattSchwartz: Please excuse my flurry of tweets, I'm #MacroSW-ing tonight :-) https://t.co/R5DVTkFSLv
Matthew L. Schwartz, MBA, CFSW, LMSW, CASAC-T @SocialWorkDesk
RT @UBSSW: Welcome to tonight's #MacroSW Chat on Inequality for All, with @JimmySW - This is Pat Shelly for @UBSSW - we had sunshine today…
Tess L @fruitleatherss
It's 6:01 pm...do we start?! #macroSW #CSUSMSW
SK Marie @Silver_Fang797
#MacroSW Hello, ready for the chat tonight. https://t.co/ljpQxFYr5y
Ashley Marie @Ashley33mariexo
Dr. Young. We are all lost on what we have to do right now 😂😂 @JimmySW #MacroSW
Margaret Hogan @mkhogan0
Please excuse my extra tweets this evening as I participate in tonight's #MacroSW twitter chat! #SOW3232
Munira A @alami1_m
Hello My name is Munira, I am a senior at SU and I’m excited for today chat !! #MacroSW
Nancy Andrew @nandrew411
It's 9pm on a Thursday which means it's time for #MacroSW chat. I'm an MSW student at #SUsocialwork. Please excuse my extra tweets this evening.
UBuffalo Social Work @UBSSW
We hope everyone is staying safe and doing OK and staying home, if at all possible, during this #COVID19 pandemic! #SocialDistancing is #PhysicalDistancing / #StaySafe #StayHome #MacroSW 2/3 https://t.co/XKJP1RQSNl
Karina Lopez @social_fl
So excited to participate in another #macrosw. My name is Karina and I’m a BSW student at FGCU #SOW3232
hannah storer @hannahnicholes
Please excuse the extra tweets tonight as I will be participating in tonight's #MacroSW chat! #SOW3232 https://t.co/Ifec37aoRx
TTO Productions @ttoproductions
#MacroSW My first twitter chat also! MSW grad school at UB!
J. Plummer 🇧🇧🇺🇸 @PlummerJason
Hello everyone!!!! Excited to join #MacroSW chat. Or attempt to join. Still trying to figure out how this twitter chat thing works
Shelby Scott @shelbyscott_sw
Hello everyone! My name is Shelby, and this is my first #MacroSW chat! I am a BSW student at William Woods University. Please excuse the extra tweets!
Esperanza V @EsperanzaV16
Hey yall! Excited for tonights #macrosw chat!
Annette Bermejo @AnnetteBermejo1
Inequality for All #MacroSW Live Twitter Chat 3/26/2020 — SocialWorkSynergy https://t.co/pIRy6omtVQ via @OfficialMacroSW
UBuffalo Social Work @UBSSW
Please wait to introduce yourself - we have some tips and housekeeping tweets to share first! #MacroSW 3/3 https://t.co/aOKzi1FZ4q
Alexa Mediak @AlexaMediak
Hi everyone! I'm Alexa. I'm excited to take part in tonights chat! #SOW3232 #macroSW
Brianna @BriannaNavin
Excited to branch my #MacroSW network out through my first ever live twitter chat tonight!
Emily Clonch @ClonchEmily
Hey everyone my name is Emily Clonch and I am a BSW senior at FGCU. Glad to be here tonight! #MacroSW #SOW3232
Colbey Dawkins @ColbeyDawkins
RT @UBSSW: We hope everyone is staying safe and doing OK and staying home, if at all possible, during this #COVID19 pandemic! #SocialDistan
ITTIC @UBittic
Good evening! My name is Whitney. I will be representing the Institute on Trauma and Trauma-Informed Care in tonight's #MacroSW chat. Looking forward to engaging with you all!
Jimmy A. Young, PhD, MSW @JimmySW
@Ashley33mariexo Haha. Just follow the #Macrosw for now. Questions coming soon 👍
mckenzie @mckenzgoud96
Hi everyone. My name is McKenzie BSW major at FGCU. I'm excited about the chat tonight.#MacroSW
Eddie 💥 @eddien__n
#MacroSW Hello world
myra.m @myram42417437
Feeling ready😏 #MacroSW
Aaliyah Rivers @AaliyahRivers8
Hi I’m Aaliayh I’m a BSW student at Salisbury University! #MacroSW
UBuffalo Social Work @UBSSW
Before I introduce Jimmy Young @JimmySW - tonight's leader of this #MacroSW Chat - here is the link to the blog post and its many resources: https://t.co/Vq0UtG0Cd8 https://t.co/gLMX6lggVT
Angelina M Saunders @AngelinaMSaund1
#MacroSW joining into the online chat regarding netflix film.... striving to make the world a better place! https://t.co/NyIiQ6jcKu
Stacy S. @StacyCSUSMSW
L'EGGO! #macrosw https://t.co/jwnYTged6d
Krystina A Brania @a_brania
Hello everyone! My name is Krystina and I’m a BSW senior from Florida Gulf Coast University. Excited for tonight’s chat. #MacroSW #SOW3232
Kayla Applebaum @kayla_applebaum
Hi!! My name is Kayla I go to Salisbury University and I am excited for tonights chat #macrosw
Keely Flaherty @keelyf427
Ready for the live Twitter chat 😄 #MacroSW https://t.co/kXK1PYUTvV
YSocialWork, Inc. @YSocialWork
RT @AshleyC92224530: My name is Ashley and I am a BSW senior at FGCU. I am excited for tonight's #MacroSW chat. #SOW3232 https://t.co/ExDS6…
alexisb @alexisb20205891
Hello, my name is Alexis. I am excitedfor tonight’s live chat! #macrosw
msw_merid002 @EsthelaMerida
Ending the week with the Twitter chat, before mentally disconnecting for at least a day. #MacroSW https://t.co/G9Gj9xrix6
Bell_Chac @BellChac
@JimmySW Hey everyone! In thinking about the film and our current pandemic I couldn't help but think of the recent Senate relief bill. Even tho many are struggling, I don't think this was enuf to help the work/middle class. What do you guys think? #macrosw
UBuffalo Social Work @UBSSW
Here are all the #MacroSW Chat Partners, who make this weekly chat possible: @porndaughter @SunyaFolayan @VilissaThompson @spcummings @poliSW @karenzgoda https://t.co/77VfX7rbiT 1/2
Jimmy A. Young, PhD, MSW @JimmySW
I’m excited to be here tonight. Hope everyone is staying safe and healthy #MacroSW https://t.co/WjAEXjHWqx
Alec Frank @AlecFrank11
I'm here! #MacroSW https://t.co/kxLFjfUNsf
YSocialWork, Inc. @YSocialWork
Hey, Shelby I am Isela and this is my first time too! I am very excited :)
Rachel Condit @moremilkteaplz
Welp, time to get ready for those #MacroSW tweets https://t.co/giyIP9ToQP
Nastaran Demehri @Demehri
#macrosw we have been waiting for this moment since the end of last semester 🤓
Madison Wozniak @MadisonWozniak1
Hello Everyone I am Madison BSW Senior at FGCU! Happy to be here tonight talking about Inequality for All #macrosw #sow3232 https://t.co/H6xAVLmWZz
Karen Zgoda🌹 @karenzgoda
Welcome to #MacroSW & #InequalityForAll!!! https://t.co/lp7M2LySTR
Kylie @Kylie88482345
Hi everyone my name is Kylie and I am a BSW senior at FGCU. Excited to be joining tonight’s chat! #MacroSW #SOW3232
Jimmy A. Young, PhD, MSW @JimmySW
RT @UBSSW: Before I introduce Jimmy Young @JimmySW - tonight's leader of this #MacroSW Chat - here is the link to the blog post and its man…
JazminMSW @jazminwik
First Twitter chat!Wooo! #MacroSW
Jill Meyer @Jill_Meyer
RT @keelyf427: Ready for the live Twitter chat 😄 #MacroSW https://t.co/kXK1PYUTvV
UBuffalo Social Work @UBSSW
Here are all the #MacroSW Chat Partners, who make this weekly chat possible: @porndaughter @SunyaFolayan @VilissaThompson @spcummings @poliSW @karenzgoda https://t.co/Ca7H7Dxcsb 1/2 https://t.co/HooGjqX1Vo
Hulya Eker @hulya089
#macroSW Hello everyone...
Karen Zgoda🌹 @karenzgoda
RT @AngelinaMSaund1: #MacroSW joining into the online chat regarding netflix film.... striving to make the world a better place! https://t.…
Matthew L. Schwartz, MBA, CFSW, LMSW, CASAC-T @SocialWorkDesk
Hi everyone, I'm Matt Schwartz, a @UBSSW Alumnus, and in Public Practice as a Mental Health Counselor working at the intersection of Mental Health & Addictions through a Solution Focused Brief Therapy framework :-) #MacroSW
Heather McCausland @heathermari33
Hi my name is Heather and I am excited to chat!!!! #MACROSW #SOW3232
Mikayla Miller @Mikayla53977910
Hello all I am excited to participate in this #MacroSW chat! I am a Social Work senior at William Woods University in Missouri.
Olivia Blackman @oliviablackma10
This is Olivia Blackman, BSW Senior from FGCU Social Policy! #MacroSW #SOW3232
UBuffalo Social Work @UBSSW
They formed a benefit corporation in 2018 - Find out how you can support the #MacroSW Inc. on Patreon: https://t.co/ORBXn5kDnB 2/2
Coral Glass @coralkalani
#MacroSW Here to join the chat ! 😊
Rachel Taylor @RTaylorsw
Hi I’m Rachel a BSW from FGCU excited for tonight’s #MacroSW Twitter chat 😎
Chileechung @chileechung
Excited for this live chat! #macrosw
YSocialWork, Inc. @YSocialWork
Hey Michaelah, I am Isela and this is my first time too! I am pretty excited!
Karen Zgoda🌹 @karenzgoda
RT @UBSSW: Here are all the #MacroSW Chat Partners, who make this weekly chat possible: @porndaughter @SunyaFolayan @VilissaThompson @spc
Karen Zgoda🌹 @karenzgoda
RT @UBSSW: Here are all the #MacroSW Chat Partners, who make this weekly chat possible: @porndaughter @SunyaFolayan @VilissaThompson @spc
UBuffalo Social Work @UBSSW
Note: @UBSSW is not a partner, but a contributor to the #MacroSW chats. There are two other Chat Contributors: @AlysssaLotmore and the Association of Community Organization and Social Action @acosaorg https://t.co/IPB29OT2TN
Isabella Alcantara @IsabellaAlcan15
Hi everyone! Excited for tonight’s chat, I am a BSW senior at FGCU #MacroSW
Marlene Romo @marlenesw13
Hi everyone my name is Marlene Romo student at CalState San Marcos and I am excited for tonights live chat :) #MacroSW
Matthew L. Schwartz, MBA, CFSW, LMSW, CASAC-T @SocialWorkDesk
For those who may need help following along, I always recommend using https://t.co/ra4OsBsc3e #MacroSW (it's the only way I can keep up)
Sheila Cortez @sheilitacortez
Present for my first twitter chat 🤠 #macrosw
Matthew L. Schwartz, MBA, CFSW, LMSW, CASAC-T @SocialWorkDesk
You can setup a column to follow #MacroSW; and a notifications column, etc.
willgoff @willgoff4
#macrosw Coming in HOT!!!
Andell Napoleon @napoleon_andell
Andell Napoleon from FGCU jumping in........now #MacroSW https://t.co/NsHfQIV1cc
Dustin Miller @smileoutloud1
Hi, I'm Dustin, a 1st year Community Mental Heatlh MSW student @DominguezHills #MacroSW #CSUDHmsw501
Emilee Sharp @EmileeSharp6
Hey! I'm a BSW Senior at FGCU. I am looking forward to tonight's chat!#macrosw
Grecia Quiroz @GreciaQuiroz18
Hi I’m Grecia, BSW senior at FGCU. glad to join this chat once again. #MacroSW #SOW3232
YSocialWork, Inc. @YSocialWork
Hey McKenzie, I am excited too!! https://t.co/3mSiR7TatV
UBuffalo Social Work @UBSSW
Tip 1 of 4. Always use the #MacroSW hashtag in every tweet so we can all see what you have to say! Very Important!! https://t.co/i1WMv6VuYy
Karen Zgoda🌹 @karenzgoda
RT @UBSSW: Before I introduce Jimmy Young @JimmySW - tonight's leader of this #MacroSW Chat - here is the link to the blog post and its man…
Angelina M Saunders @AngelinaMSaund1
#MacroSW #CSUSMSW #InequalityforAll Class assignments during quarantine
Alexa Mediak @AlexaMediak
#sow3232 #macrosw
Emily @EmilyCoccaro97
#MacroSW #SOW3232 Hello everyone! I’m Emily Coccaro a BSW senior at FGCU. Very excited to be apart of this chat:)
UBuffalo Social Work @UBSSW
Tip 3 of 5. The #MacroSW chat uses a Q and A format. So when tweeting a reply to Q1 or Q2, please use A1 or A2 so we know which question you’re answering.
Jimmy A. Young, PhD, MSW @JimmySW
RT @UBSSW: Tip 1 of 4. Always use the #MacroSW hashtag in every tweet so we can all see what you have to say! Very Important!! https://t.co…
Karen Zgoda🌹 @karenzgoda
RT @UBSSW: Note: @UBSSW is not a partner, but a contributor to the #MacroSW chats. There are two other Chat Contributors: @AlysssaLotmore a…
Allison @Allison50673939
#macroSW
Karen Zgoda🌹 @karenzgoda
RT @UBSSW: They formed a benefit corporation in 2018 - Find out how you can support the #MacroSW Inc. on Patreon: https://t.co/ORBXn5kDnB…
Angelica Carrasco @AngelicaMSW
Ready for my first live twtter chat !! #MacroSW
Karen Zgoda🌹 @karenzgoda
RT @UBSSW: Please wait to introduce yourself - we have some tips and housekeeping tweets to share first! #MacroSW 3/3 https://t.co/aOKzi1F…
Grace @graceonthecasee
Grace Cooper, BSW Senior at Florida Gulf Coast University. Ready for tonight’s #MacroSW chat #SOW3232
Asia Humphries @Asia13426307
Hi I am Asia Humphries, a BSW student at Salisbury University! Can't wait to hear tonight's chat! #MacroSW
Jimmy A. Young, PhD, MSW @JimmySW
RT @UBSSW: Tip 3 of 5. The #MacroSW chat uses a Q and A format. So when tweeting a reply to Q1 or Q2, please use A1 or A2 so we know which…
Karen Zgoda🌹 @karenzgoda
RT @UBSSW: We hope everyone is staying safe and doing OK and staying home, if at all possible, during this #COVID19 pandemic! #SocialDistan
UBuffalo Social Work @UBSSW
Tip 3 of 4. These chats can move very fast. Don’t worry if you can’t keep up! And it’s OK to reply to another participant and not just to the questions. #MacroSW https://t.co/o8PQVcHPZ7
Kristen Hibit @kristen_hibit
Sorry #macrosw it’s been a 13 hour day for me— I need to unplug. Have a great chat and keep on keeping on !
Matthew L. Schwartz, MBA, CFSW, LMSW, CASAC-T @SocialWorkDesk
@marlenesw13 Welcome :-) Glad to have you!! Don't forget to tag everything with #MacroSW :-)
Jimmy A. Young, PhD, MSW @JimmySW
RT @UBSSW: Tip 3 of 4. These chats can move very fast. Don’t worry if you can’t keep up! And it’s OK to reply to another participant and no…
Dawn M @DawnM86450136
Please join in!! Inequality for All #MacroSW Live Twitter Chat 3/26/2020 https://t.co/Fs7yvdzzvr via @UBSSW #SUSocialWork #MacroSW
Valerie Coblentz @CoblentzValerie
Val Coblentz here and ready to chat! #SUsocialwork #SW410 #MacroSW
SK Marie @Silver_Fang797
#MacroSW My name is Stephanie and I'm a BSW at FGCU. https://t.co/MztDneKgI1
Dawn M @DawnM86450136
RT @JimmySW: I’m excited to be here tonight. Hope everyone is staying safe and healthy #MacroSW https://t.co/WjAEXjHWqx
Jimmy A. Young, PhD, MSW @JimmySW
@Kelly79942402 Always remember to include #MacroSW
Dawn M @DawnM86450136
RT @UBSSW: Welcome to tonight's #MacroSW Chat on Inequality for All, with @JimmySW - This is Pat Shelly for @UBSSW - we had sunshine today…
Manoucheca Byssainthe @BSW_Manoucheca
A little late to the game but hello everyone. I'm mimi BSW senior at FGCU!! #MacroSW
UBuffalo Social Work @UBSSW
Tip 4 of 4. Finally, the transcript of this #MacroSW Chat will be posted on this blog site: https://t.co/QjlS3GTitM
Jimmy A. Young, PhD, MSW @JimmySW
RT @UBSSW: Tip 4 of 4. Finally, the transcript of this #MacroSW Chat will be posted on this blog site: https://t.co/QjlS3GTitM
Annette Bermejo @AnnetteBermejo1
Hello everyone! My name is Annette a current MSW student at CSUDH!! excited to participate as this is my first #MacroSW chat! I look forward to the discussion tonight about inequality! #csudhmsw501 #MacroSW
Karen Zgoda🌹 @karenzgoda
RT @UBSSW: Tip 1 of 4. Always use the #MacroSW hashtag in every tweet so we can all see what you have to say! Very Important!! https://t.co…
Dawn M @DawnM86450136
Please join #SUSocialWork #MacroSW
UBuffalo Social Work @UBSSW
And now, here is our guest leader-of-the-chat tonight: Jimmy Young, PhD, MSW, MPA, from California State University, San Marcos! He has done many #MacroSW chats in the past - always among those with the highest numbers! Welcome @JimmySW - take it away! #IncomeInequality https://t.co/xCD76EUea5
Karen Zgoda🌹 @karenzgoda
RT @UBSSW: Tip 3 of 5. The #MacroSW chat uses a Q and A format. So when tweeting a reply to Q1 or Q2, please use A1 or A2 so we know which…
YSocialWork, Inc. @YSocialWork
First time twitter error whoops!!- Isela #MacroSW https://t.co/NoGO1zKw9b
Laura Smith @LauraSm67246529
Hi. I am Laura Smith. I’m a social worker in Mississippi. Joining at last minute and have BSW interns joining too! #MacroSW
Karen Zgoda🌹 @karenzgoda
RT @UBSSW: Tip 3 of 4. These chats can move very fast. Don’t worry if you can’t keep up! And it’s OK to reply to another participant and no…
Matthew L. Schwartz, MBA, CFSW, LMSW, CASAC-T @SocialWorkDesk
RT @UBSSW: And now, here is our guest leader-of-the-chat tonight: Jimmy Young, PhD, MSW, MPA, from California State University, San Marcos…
Katie Slominski @SlominskiKatie
Hi everyone! My name is Katie Slominski, BSW senior at FGCU! Super excited to participate in another chat tonight :) hope everyone is remaining safe and healthy! #MacroSW
Dawn M @DawnM86450136
RT @UBSSW: Tip 1 of 4. Always use the #MacroSW hashtag in every tweet so we can all see what you have to say! Very Important!! https://t.co…
Jimmy A. Young, PhD, MSW @JimmySW
@UBSSW Thank you so much Pat. Glad to be here and already seeing so many Tweets!!! #Macrosw First question coming right up.
UBuffalo Social Work @UBSSW
Now, please go ahead and introduce yourself; tell us what state you’re tweeting from (or the other-than-USA location) #MacroSW https://t.co/vNz1G3C3ex
loveanisha cummings @LoveanishaC
RT @UBSSW: And now, here is our guest leader-of-the-chat tonight: Jimmy Young, PhD, MSW, MPA, from California State University, San Marcos…
Matthew L. Schwartz, MBA, CFSW, LMSW, CASAC-T @SocialWorkDesk
*waves hi at Pat* @UBSSW #MacroSW
BSW Rodriquez 2 @NicolasRodriq15
Good evening, my name is Nicolas Rodriquez and I am BSW student representing FGCU. Glad to be here tonight #MacroSW
Dawn M @DawnM86450136
RT @UBSSW: Tip 3 of 5. The #MacroSW chat uses a Q and A format. So when tweeting a reply to Q1 or Q2, please use A1 or A2 so we know which…
Jill Meyer @Jill_Meyer
Jill Meyer of UB MSW. And DON'T excuse the extra tweets because this stuff NEEDS to be said :))))) #MacroSW
Jimmy A. Young, PhD, MSW @JimmySW
Q1: What's happening today in terms of the distribution of wealth? Why's it happening? What do you see happening & what are the causes? #MacroSW https://t.co/Ve1KberADk
Karen Zgoda🌹 @karenzgoda
Great advice - it's not possible to catch every tweet! Focus on learning and making connections with others. #MacroSW
👑Adrienne Garr👑 @adriennecgarr
Hi I'm Adrienne an LMSW from NY and a @UBSSW alum. #GoBulls #MacroSW
Dawn M @DawnM86450136
RT @UBSSW: Tip 3 of 4. These chats can move very fast. Don’t worry if you can’t keep up! And it’s OK to reply to another participant and no…
Dawn M @DawnM86450136
RT @UBSSW: Tip 4 of 4. Finally, the transcript of this #MacroSW Chat will be posted on this blog site: https://t.co/QjlS3GTitM
Stetie Joseph @StetieJ
Hello, I'm Stetie Joseph a BSW senior at FGCU #macrosw #SOW3232
UBuffalo Social Work @UBSSW
RT @JimmySW: @UBSSW Thank you so much Pat. Glad to be here and already seeing so many Tweets!!! #Macrosw First question coming right up.
Vilissa Thompson @VilissaThompson
Hey everyone! I hope that everyone is staying safe & taking care of yours. #MacroSW
Chris krysztofowicz @Beardowulf
RT @UBSSW: Before I introduce Jimmy Young @JimmySW - tonight's leader of this #MacroSW Chat - here is the link to the blog post and its man…
Jill Meyer @Jill_Meyer
(A1)More wealth is being directed towards the top due to the working class being exploited by the wealthy elites. Families in poverty live paycheck to paycheck and cannot afford to build a savings while the top 1% hoards their wealth. The cause: Capitalism #macrosw
ᴮᴱLigayaLoyola⁷ 🇵🇸🏳️‍⚧️🏳️‍🌈🧈BUTTER🧨DYNAMITE @LigayaLoyola
RT @VilissaThompson: Hey everyone! I hope that everyone is staying safe & taking care of yours. #MacroSW
alana mcfadden @alana_mcfadden
Hi all, Alana McFadden here! Tweeting from Florida as a BSW senior at Florida Gulf Coast. Excited for tonight! #macrosw
gretchen @gretche59199000
Hello. My name is Gretchen. I am a MSW student from Ohio University. #SW5602 #macrosw
UBuffalo Social Work @UBSSW
RT @JimmySW: Q1: What's happening today in terms of the distribution of wealth? Why's it happening? What do you see happening & what are th…
Karen Zgoda🌹 @karenzgoda
RT @UBSSW: Tip 4 of 4. Finally, the transcript of this #MacroSW Chat will be posted on this blog site: https://t.co/QjlS3GTitM
Andell Napoleon @napoleon_andell
Andell Napoleon coming from FGCU in Florida
hannah storer @hannahnicholes
Hi! I'm Hannah BSW Senior from FGCU in Ft. Myers FL #MacroSW #SOW3232
UBuffalo Social Work @UBSSW
RT @karenzgoda: Great advice - it's not possible to catch every tweet! Focus on learning and making connections with others. #MacroSW https…
Meagan Reed @MeaganR57225061
#macroSW Meagan Reed here :) MSW student at UB coming from Hamburg NY :) Looking forward to some human interaction 😂
Karen Zgoda🌹 @karenzgoda
RT @UBSSW: And now, here is our guest leader-of-the-chat tonight: Jimmy Young, PhD, MSW, MPA, from California State University, San Marcos…
Olivia Chappell @OliviaChappel15
Hi! I’m Olivia an FGCU BSW senior. I’m looking for tonight’s chat #MacroSW #SOW3232
Yuki @Yukes4571
Hi good evening everyone my name is Hoyuky . I am a senior from Florida Gulf Coast University. I’m excited to be here for another Twitter Chat ! #MacroSW #SOW3232
YSocialWork, Inc. @YSocialWork
Hey Asia, I am Isela and it's my first time so I am super excited! #macrosw https://t.co/ZtXbEmbJNP
Karen Zgoda🌹 @karenzgoda
RT @UBSSW: Now, please go ahead and introduce yourself; tell us what state you’re tweeting from (or the other-than-USA location) #MacroSW
Nancy Andrew @nandrew411
Representing Maryland and #SUsocialwork. #MacroSW
UBuffalo Social Work @UBSSW
RT @Jill_Meyer: (A1)More wealth is being directed towards the top due to the working class being exploited by the wealthy elites. Families…
Olivia Blackman @oliviablackma10
Olivia from FGCU (Southwest FL) #MacroSW
Noah Garcia @NoahGarcia2029
#MacroSW Hello. My name is Noah and I'm a Senior in the BSW program at Florida Gulf Coast University.
Jimmy A. Young, PhD, MSW @JimmySW
Feel free to follow me to see the questions for #MacroSW chat tonight.
Caroline Briones, BSW @CBrionesSW
Hey everyone! Caroline here from Florida Gulf Coast University. Looking forward to tonight’s #MacroSW chat #SOW3232
Samantha Ackerson @SamanthaAckers1
Good evening! Sam from Florida Gulf Coast University here! Can’t wait to hear from everyone :) #SOW3232 #macrosw https://t.co/MgHoHJHt0B
willgoff @willgoff4
#MacroSW Inequality is growing and getting a Democrat in office is imperative.
loveanisha cummings @LoveanishaC
My name is Loveanisha Cummings MSW at Ohio University online program. Tweeting from Georgia #sw5602
Marlene Romo @marlenesw13
A1: It’s no secret that the majority of the wealth is being health by the top 1%. This is the result of the paying wage not being increased for the middle and lower class. For years the minimum wage has not increased. #CSUSMSW #MacroSW
SM4SW 📱 @sm4sw
RT @JimmySW: Q1: What's happening today in terms of the distribution of wealth? Why's it happening? What do you see happening & what are th…
Jill Meyer @Jill_Meyer
RT @willgoff4: #MacroSW Inequality is growing and getting a Democrat in office is imperative.
Schawna @Schawna4
A1. Today, the rich are getting richer and the poor are struggling more than ever. This is happening because the richest people are not helping to stimulate the economy. The rich are building their own wealth and saving more than they are spending. #MACROSW
courtney breslow @CourtneyBreslow
@JimmySW Well in terms of today. If you’re an airplane you get 2 trillion dollars. And if you’re a person you basically get a dollar and “good luck buddy” #macrosw
Karina do Vale @KarinaMagnago
@UBSSW Hey everyone, I'm Karina! I'm a BSW Senior at Florida Gulf Coast University. #macrosw #sow3232 It's good to be back!
Jill Meyer @Jill_Meyer
RT @marlenesw13: A1: It’s no secret that the majority of the wealth is being health by the top 1%. This is the result of the paying wage no…
Aaliyah Rivers @AaliyahRivers8
A1 The distribution of wealth is geared toward the wealthier community leaving the poor in more poverty #su social work #MacroSW
YSocialWork, Inc. @YSocialWork
Hey grace, I am Isela we are all so ready!! #macrosw LETS BEGIN!! https://t.co/fA1PpLUNL1
Samantha J Wills @samanthajwills6
Hi everyone! My name is Samantha Wills and I am a BSW senior at FGCU! Looking forward to tonight’s twitter chat! #macrosw #SOW3232 https://t.co/JcBp7hduGg
Bell_Chac @BellChac
@JimmySW Much of our wealth is concentrated to the 1%, shrinking the middle class. Citizens United has influenced our politics to serve the 1% rather than the needs of the average peeps. #macrosw #truth
UBuffalo Social Work @UBSSW
RT @YSocialWork: First time twitter error whoops!!- Isela #MacroSW https://t.co/6o4FqbVHSF https://t.co/NoGO1zKw9b
Grace @graceonthecasee
A1: Millions of dollars are profited year after year by the top 1% and not enough of that money is spent or put back into the economy. #MacroSW #SOW3232
Kish Johnson @kjohnso33552684
@JimmySW depends on what you're asking.. pre corona or current corona? #MacroSW
Margaret Hogan @mkhogan0
Hi everyone, I am Margaret Hogan a BSW Senior from FGCU! Very excited about tonight's #MacroSW twitter chat. https://t.co/00aeHqRjhf
Kelly @Kelly79942402
#Macrosw Here I am to participate. Excited to live twitter chat. @JimmySW #IncomeInequality From #CSUSMSW
Joshua McKie @MckieJoshua
A1 Wealth distributon continues to drift away from the class middle, leaning towards the extremes of rich and poor. This is caused by debt, low-income jobs, lack of opportunity, wealth tax breaks, and various other social problems. #MacroSW
Mikayla Miller @Mikayla53977910
Q1: A lot of people are laid off due to the COVID, places have temporarily closed due to the outbreak. Food and other needed items will be harder for people due to the outbreak, because of those hoarding items and increasing their prices. #MacroSW
Esperanza V @EsperanzaV16
Forgot to mention I am a BSW Senior from Florida Gulf Coast University #macrosw #SOW3232 https://t.co/M7kXd2yBZk
Anna @Anna_equality4u
The lower class work paycheck to paycheck while the upper class are getting all the money. SO many say that those in poverty who get tax checks should be fine but those checks are only getting US out of debt not helping us get ahead. #MacroSW #SUsocialwork
Matthew L. Schwartz, MBA, CFSW, LMSW, CASAC-T @SocialWorkDesk
A1 That's a long question; but (from my perspective as an Anarchist) we're seeing the beginings of Post-Capitalism. Causes include Capitalism, Racism, Sexism, Ableism, Imperialism, Imperialism, and the impacts of Colonisation and the policy that has stemmed from it #MacroSW https://t.co/mWT6J4arsv
ljama1980 @ljama1980
Inequality is a very hot topic #SW5602 #macrosw
Karen Zgoda🌹 @karenzgoda
Karen here outside Boston, social worker, and nursing being sick. #MacroSW https://t.co/2Gjcs0rhhO
BL @briluthart
@UBSSW My name is Briona and I’m tweeting from New York! (Upstate-Buffalo-Go Bills!) #macrosw
UBuffalo Social Work @UBSSW
RT @napoleon_andell: Andell Napoleon from FGCU jumping in........now #MacroSW https://t.co/NsHfQIV1cc
Gerry Stevens @GerryXIII
Hey everyone in the #MacroSW chat, I'm Gerry and I'm an MSW student @UBSSW in Buffalo NY
Lauren Miller @lomillies
A1: This hegemonic country’s system is designed to keep the rich, richer and the poor, poorer. All the while keeping the middle class at a plateau growth. #MacroSW
Chris krysztofowicz @Beardowulf
RT @UBSSW: Tip 4 of 4. Finally, the transcript of this #MacroSW Chat will be posted on this blog site: https://t.co/QjlS3GTitM
SM4SW 📱 @sm4sw
@JimmySW It’s really incredible what’s happening with the #coronavirus & the stimulus bill. #Macrosw
UBuffalo Social Work @UBSSW
RT @TheMattSchwartz: For those who may need help following along, I always recommend using https://t.co/ra4OsBsc3e #MacroSW (it's the only…
Shelby Scott @shelbyscott_sw
A1: The middle classes income has stayed relatively the same in the last few decades. While the top 10% incomes are increasing at a higher rate. This is happening due to the top 10% not being taxed at the same percentage as middle class. Which had caused a gap over time. #MacroSw
Dr. Tom Felke @SocWrkDoc
Tom Felke, Chair of the Department of Social Work at Florida Gulf Coast University, checking in! Excited to be back for the #MacroSW chat and be with my #SOW3232 Social Policy students for a little while tonight!
Karen Zgoda🌹 @karenzgoda
RT @JimmySW: Q1: What's happening today in terms of the distribution of wealth? Why's it happening? What do you see happening & what are th…
Nastaran Demehri @Demehri
#macrosw question 1: there is an unequal distribution of wealth in our society right now, and one reason why this is happening could be because not everyone has the same opportunity in life, some are born with disadvantages compared to others.
Karen Zgoda🌹 @karenzgoda
RT @JimmySW: Feel free to follow me to see the questions for #MacroSW chat tonight.
Anna @Anna_equality4u
A1: The lower class work paycheck to paycheck while the upper class are getting all the money. SO many say that those in poverty who get tax checks should be fine but those checks are only getting US out of debt not helping us get ahead. #MacroSW #SuSocialWork
Amari Castle @CastleAmari
Salutations everyone💫 I’m Amari Castle, BSW Senior at FGCU in Fort Myers, Florida! #MacroSW #SOW3233
JazminMSW @jazminwik
A1: In terms of distribution of wealth, the rich are getting richer and the poor are getting poorer. This is happening because the 1% is hoarding their money/investing it in other things, rather than contributing to the economy #MacroSW
YSocialWork, Inc. @YSocialWork
Hey Samantha, I am Isela and the excitement is real! HAHAH #MacroSW
Karen Zgoda🌹 @karenzgoda
RT @napoleon_andell: Andell Napoleon from FGCU jumping in........now #MacroSW https://t.co/NsHfQIV1cc
Ashley Cox @AshleyCox1215
RT @JimmySW: Q1: What's happening today in terms of the distribution of wealth? Why's it happening? What do you see happening & what are th…
ITTIC @UBittic
A1 Entrenched oppression coincides with unequal wealth distribution & contributes to compounding toxic stress. We can disrupt our systems’ tendency to re-traumatize & restrict access to power/participation by adopting a trauma-informed lens. #MacroSW https://t.co/rqtyOuFaSm
Jill Meyer @Jill_Meyer
You had me at "Anarchist" !!!!!
Rachel Condit @moremilkteaplz
#macrosw A1: Well, we're definitely seeing some people openly state that grandparents should be okay with dying for the sake of the economy, so that's a thing. The wealth gap sure is growing.
Allison @Allison50673939
RT @JimmySW: Q1: What's happening today in terms of the distribution of wealth? Why's it happening? What do you see happening & what are th…
alexisb @alexisb20205891
(A1) In terms of distribution, wealth iS among a select few. Majority or society does not get to see the wealth. This is happening to keep these few in power. If they hold the wealth, they hold the power. #SUSocialWork #macrosw
Aaliyah Rivers @AaliyahRivers8
A1 looking at this pandemic many of those suffering are small business owners single parents and others deemed lower class #susocialwork #MacroSW
Angelica Carrasco @AngelicaMSW
A1 top 1% is recieving most of the distribution of wealth. The working class people are the ones struggling to make it day by day #MacroSW
Keely Flaherty @keelyf427
Q1: There’s a larger gap now between the lower and upper class, with the middle class disappearing. (rich getting richer). Based on the movie, this could be happening due to lower wages and the cost of everything increasing. #MacroSW
ßƦıı @MSWbrii
@JimmySW #macroSw poorer people who need financial support are having no change in their work force pay
SK Marie @Silver_Fang797
#MacroSW Q1. It's happening because we have unregulated capitalism. This is nothing new; it's showing up more clearly now with Covid-19 because the rich and wealthy seem to have no problem having access to tests
Chris krysztofowicz @Beardowulf
A1 (1/2) Wealth is continuing to concentrate at the top, which is increasing the wage gap in America. It is happening because wages didn't increase with worker productivity, and legislation doesn't go far enough to ensure those at the top pay equitable taxes and give #MacroSW
Sydney @SydneyMarie1197
@Jill_Meyer Yep -- it makes me wonder how families are coping due to the pandemic; so many businesses are closing down, leaving people without work and the unemployment lines completely flooded. #macrosw
Brittany N Smith @BrittanyNSmit13
My name is Brittany. I am a BSW student from Florida State University. This is my first #macroSW chat. #CO_Jackson
Nancy Andrew @nandrew411
@lomillies Thanks for bringing up the middle. We focus on the extremes a lot and miss the impact on middle America. #MacroSW
Jimmy A. Young, PhD, MSW @JimmySW
Question 2 coming up in a minute. #Macrosw
Stacy S. @StacyCSUSMSW
@BellChac @JimmySW Yet president after president, there are decreases of taxes on the wealthy class #macrosw
Jimmy A. Young, PhD, MSW @JimmySW
RT @MSWbrii: @JimmySW #macroSw poorer people who need financial support are having no change in their work force pay
Chris krysztofowicz @Beardowulf
A1 (2/2) workers a livable wage and job experience. In my opinion, the major cause is that profits and numbers have become more valued than the American worker, and life itself. The same goes for legislators who are bought by those at the very top #MacroSW
Ashlyn Barber @AshlynBarber9
#macrosw
loveanisha cummings @LoveanishaC
@JimmySW @UBSSW A1: Today the government launched a 2 trillion dollar stimulus package to help stimulate the economy during this time of need. I see this being beneficial to many Americans that have just recently lost their jobs. #macrosw #sw5602
Meagan Reed @MeaganR57225061
A1: It is obvious that the distribution of wealth is tipped to the top 1%. Simply put, this is because our government favors the 1%. I see policies put in place to continually favor the high class. #macrosw
Ashley Marie @Ashley33mariexo
@JimmySW The pie is uneven. Aka top 1 percenters got all the good flavors and toppings (money). The people of lower SES don’t have equal opportunities to bake a bomb pie (education, career, money). #macrosw
Karen Zgoda🌹 @karenzgoda
RT @YSocialWork: First time twitter error whoops!!- Isela #MacroSW https://t.co/6o4FqbVHSF https://t.co/NoGO1zKw9b
Matthew L. Schwartz, MBA, CFSW, LMSW, CASAC-T @SocialWorkDesk
A1.2 Then we can look at the impact (at least in the United States) at structural racism and its impact on policy (and of course, our own profession) #MacroSW
Savannah Lindsey @sav_lindsey7
Hi everyone! I'm Savannah Lindsey, a BSW student at Florida Gulf Coast University. Excited for tonight's chat! #MacroSW #SOW3232
UBuffalo Social Work @UBSSW
RT @AngelinaMSaund1: #MacroSW joining into the online chat regarding netflix film.... striving to make the world a better place! https://t.…
Meagan Weems @WeemsMeagan
A1: Inequality becomes a problem when it harms or has the potential to harm people financially, emotionally, culturally or otherwise. #MacroSW #SOW3232
Madison Wozniak @MadisonWozniak1
A1. The top 1% are getting richer. Today those in poverty or in the middle class are the ones that need the help the most. #macrosw
Munira A @alami1_m
A1. I believe the cause is Capitalism because all money is benefiting those of a higher class and helps the wealthy stay richer while the poor stays poor #MacroSW #susocialwork
Ashley Cox @AshleyCox1215
@JimmySW Inequalities are continuing to grow and changes need to be taken into action sooner rather than later! #MacroSW
Alec Frank @AlecFrank11
@JimmySW #macroSW A1: I'm still learning more about how the distribution of wealth works in this country and why its happening...but after watching #inequalityforall, all I know forsure is that a little have a lot and a lot have a little. Smh
Jimmy A. Young, PhD, MSW @JimmySW
Q2: When do you think inequality becomes a problem? #MacroSW https://t.co/2lVn4hYsDR
Amari Castle @CastleAmari
RT @JimmySW: I’m excited to be here tonight. Hope everyone is staying safe and healthy #MacroSW https://t.co/WjAEXjHWqx
Sheila Cortez @sheilitacortez
Q 1: There is an imbalance in the distribution of wealth and it is happening because some populations have better opportunities as well as access to different resources. The government is allowing the rich to get richer #macrosw
Jill Meyer @Jill_Meyer
RT @Silver_Fang797: #MacroSW Q1. It's happening because we have unregulated capitalism. This is nothing new; it's showing up more clearly n…
UBuffalo Social Work @UBSSW
RT @UBittic: Good evening! My name is Whitney. I will be representing the Institute on Trauma and Trauma-Informed Care in tonight's #Macr
Gerry Stevens @GerryXIII
A1- Wealth inequality has been increasing as income gains flow to the top 1%. Wages have stagnated while the economy improves and the already wealthy see bigger returns on investments. Globalization & deregulation have been huge factors in this #MacroSW
Angelina M Saunders @AngelinaMSaund1
#MacroSW #CSUSMSW We are all helpers, we must remember this as we gain insight into our education. We can do so much more together, I think that this group chat is a great way to unite. Proud to be a SW! 6 weeks and 2 semesters left.
Kayla Applebaum @kayla_applebaum
@Mikayla53977910 Mikayla, I agree with you. I know many family and friends who are being laid off. Not only will food be hard to get due to not having a steady income but also what about rent and places that aren't letting you get away with paying half or not paying at all? #MacroSW #SUsocialwork
Amari Castle @CastleAmari
RT @JimmySW: Q1: What's happening today in terms of the distribution of wealth? Why's it happening? What do you see happening & what are th…
Nancy Andrew @nandrew411
A1 The extremes in wealth distribution is growing. Those at the top of the income ladder possess an extreme amount of wealth. Those at the lower end have less opportunity to acquire wealth. #MacroSW
Angelica Carrasco @AngelicaMSW
Inequality becomes a problem in the state that we are in right now. As a society we are seeing how inequality hinders working class and low SES individuals from getting the resources they need to be quarantined. #Macrosw
Grace @graceonthecasee
A1: The rich are not generating enough economic activity, and the middle class is continuing to deteriorate. #MacroSW #SOW3232
Kamille @KamilleMoore123
@CourtneyBreslow @JimmySW This is so true! How are we supposed to live if we don't get the adequate amount of money we need to function when non-human things get paid more?! #Macrosw
Matthew L. Schwartz, MBA, CFSW, LMSW, CASAC-T @SocialWorkDesk
A2 The moment it's used to oppress someone else; to keep them from what should be basic rights to housing, healthcare, education, and work, when it's used to keep them from safety #MacroSW
👑Adrienne Garr👑 @adriennecgarr
@JimmySW A1. Simply that the distribution of wealth isn't happening. The wealthiest individuals in the world have the wealth that some countries don't have and companies are breaking records with historic profits. You juxtapose that with everyday workers who are working #MacroSW
TomiMacaroni @HitomiFujMSW
Inequality for All says that "the 400 most high-paid individuals possess more wealth than the entire bottom half of earners In the United States". Typically, people in higher earning brackets don't generate enough economic activity to justify their high salaries! #MacroSW
Jimmy A. Young, PhD, MSW @JimmySW
RT @AngelicaMSW: Inequality becomes a problem in the state that we are in right now. As a society we are seeing how inequality hinders work…
nicole_d091381 @d091381
#MacroSW #SUsocialwork Nikki here from MD
Paige Alexandra Kreppel @PaigeKreppel
@OfficialMacroSW The impact of this global pandemic, COVID-19 has had me thinking about how oppressed populations are handling the stress and anxiety. #SUsocialwork #MacroSW
Chris krysztofowicz @Beardowulf
A2 Inequality becomes a problem when all the avenues leading toward opportunity and higher earning potential erode, which has happened. It has gotten increasingly harder for the average worker to dig themselves out of debt or climb the latter to economic prosperity #MacroSW
Joshua McKie @MckieJoshua
Exactly! The age old "minimum skills = minimum wage" does not speak to the current job market, and what opportunities are actually available. #MacroSW
Brianna @BriannaNavin
@lomillies Agreed. It is wild to see how the income gap has only widened over time and the middle class is still the one suffering the most #MacroSW
Molly Warner @molly_a_warner
@MckieJoshua A1: Amen to LACK OF OPPORTUNITY and limited upward mobility for the middle class #MacroSW
Grace @graceonthecasee
RT @SwHitomi: Inequality for All says that "the 400 most high-paid individuals possess more wealth than the entire bottom half of earners I…
Alexa Mediak @AlexaMediak
@JimmySW It is very clear that the gap between the poor and wealthy has continued to increase, but now in terms of the corona virus Im not sure what is going to happen. Big business is getting affected, as well as everyone else. #macrosw
gretchen @gretche59199000
A1. The gap between the wealthy and the poor continues to grow. People living in poverty cannot pull themselves out due to our current policies. It is expensive to be poor with what they are having to work with . #SW5602 #macrosw
Marlene Romo @marlenesw13
A2: When the numbers show that the top 140 people have more wealth than half of the U.S. That is a problem. #MacroSW
Anna @Anna_equality4u
@shelbyscott_sw While this is happening the cost of living rises and the lower and middle class have the same income. We pay more in taxes while making less money. The system is broken and backwards. #macrosw #SuSocialWork
Jill Meyer @Jill_Meyer
(A2) Excuse me? “When do you think inequality becomes a problem?” Uh, I think inequality is ALWAYS a problem! It doesn’t “become” a problem. We need to fight for not only equality, but equity. #macrosw
UBuffalo Social Work @UBSSW
RT @AngelinaMSaund1: #MacroSW social workers unite!!
Madison Wozniak @MadisonWozniak1
A2. Inequality is always an issue. No matter what topic it is about. Income inequality is increasing now more than ever! #macrosw #sow3232
Kamille @KamilleMoore123
@JimmySW #macrosw Inequality becomes a problem when people are working full time and can't afford to live
Matthew L. Schwartz, MBA, CFSW, LMSW, CASAC-T @SocialWorkDesk
@molly_a_warner @MckieJoshua There is no more middle class #MacroSW
Shelby Scott @shelbyscott_sw
A2: I think it has already started to become a problem. The growth of the middle class is declining and with the decline of the middle class comes the decline in the economy. #MacroSW
Brenda @Brendaaa_Villa
(A1) I've seen countless people working multiple jobs, still homeless unable to afford basic needs due to rising costs of pretty much everything and minimum wage staying the same and a lack of adequate support #MacroSW
Karen Zgoda🌹 @karenzgoda
RT @alami1_m: A1. I believe the cause is Capitalism because all money is benefiting those of a higher class and helps the wealthy stay rich…
Olivia Chappell @OliviaChappel15
Based on what I have learned from the film, I think inequality becomes a problem when the middle class becomes weak and begins to disappear #MacroSW #SOW3232
Joi Thee Intern @joiultra
RT @Jill_Meyer: (A1)More wealth is being directed towards the top due to the working class being exploited by the wealthy elites. Families…
Jimmy A. Young, PhD, MSW @JimmySW
@Ashley33mariexo @AlanaLewis18 You should have 280 now :-) #Macrosw
SK Marie @Silver_Fang797
#MacroSW Q2. In times like now, where people are getting sick and they are scared. The wealthy and famous shouldn't have more access to Covid-19 tests more so than me just because they have money.
Ashley Clark @AshleyC92224530
#MacroSW In today's wealth the working class are struggling the most.
Karen Zgoda🌹 @karenzgoda
RT @WeemsMeagan: A1: Inequality becomes a problem when it harms or has the potential to harm people financially, emotionally, culturally or…
YSocialWork, Inc. @YSocialWork
I couldn't agree with you more Anna. The lower class works paycheck by paycheck and there is little to no way to move up in a road like that! #MacroSW
J. Plummer 🇧🇧🇺🇸 @PlummerJason
A1 Wealth isn't being distributed. It's being hoarded. It's happening because public policies and elected officials reflect the values of the wealthy. Political elites cannot envision wealth creation beyond market-based principles #MacroSW
willgoff @willgoff4
#MacroSW When people do not have the necessary resources for survival.
BL @briluthart
@Jill_Meyer @UBSSW Agreed, the middle class is stretching out and having a very hard time benifiting from programs and aid. The rich are becoming richer and the poor or becoming poorer #macrosw
Rachel Condit @moremilkteaplz
@JimmySW A2: When it works exactly how people at the top want it to. #macrosw
Jessica Hernandez @jessicaahern24
@JimmySW Wealth isn't distributed evenly. The rich are the only ones filling up their pockets, while the poor, unfortunately are still the poor. The rich are investing in big companies but they are not producing jobs, therefore, no jobs/money for the poor #macrosw
Aaliyah Rivers @AaliyahRivers8
A2: inequality becomes a problem when the top tier is living a “movie style” life while those suffering from poverty are struggling when those who need the help aren’t receiving it and those not as in need are being replenished without care #susocialwork #MacroSW
Anne L @AnneLynnMSW
@CourtneyBreslow @JimmySW It’s really sad how the government is basically controlled by corporations who only care about themselves and their bottom line instead of people. Trickle down economics isn’t a thing #MacroSW
Karen Zgoda🌹 @karenzgoda
RT @LoveanishaC: @JimmySW @UBSSW A1: Today the government launched a 2 trillion dollar stimulus package to help stimulate the economy durin…
maicee @maicee98230641
@JimmySW A1-The top 1% is receiving the wealth, mean while the poorer are facing no support and continue to struggle. #MacroSW #SW5602
Emily @EmilyCoccaro97
A2) inequality becomes a problem when there is a lack of organized labor unions when workers are unable to represent themselves in politics. #MacroSW #SOW3232
Katie Slominski @SlominskiKatie
A1: Far too many individuals and families are living paycheck to pay check on a barely living wage while the top 1% are receiving breaks and other benefits they would be okay without. To say wealth is unevenly distributed is an understatement by far #MacroSW
Karina do Vale @KarinaMagnago
@JimmySW A2: I think inequality can be a problem in many ways however it is especially an issue when it comes to basic human rights! #macrosw #sow3232
SM4SW 📱 @sm4sw
RT @JimmySW: Q2: When do you think inequality becomes a problem? #MacroSW https://t.co/2lVn4hYsDR
Emilee Sharp @EmileeSharp6
A1 Money being held by the top 1% is not being invested into the economy in order to produce jobs or to create services #macrosw
👑Adrienne Garr👑 @adriennecgarr
@JimmySW longer hours, have stagnant wages and are picking up an extra job or two to make rent and possibly a car payment- the other bills may get pushed off to the next month #MacroSW
Maria.S @Maria_110515
Maria Sebastian tweeting from Florida (FGCU), BSW Senior! #MacroSW #SOW3233
Amy @Amy34618774
@BritneyCarbajal Like they said in the film, "The rich are getting richer and the poor are getting poorer." Not to mention there is little to no growth for the lower and middle class #macrosw
Kamille @KamilleMoore123
A2. Inequality becomes a problem when people are working full time and can't afford to live #MacroSW
Samantha J Wills @samanthajwills6
A1: A major portion of the wealth is going to the 1% and those individuals are not spending enough to stimulate the economy (in proportion to their earnings). #SOW3232 #macrosw
ßƦıı @MSWbrii
@JimmySW A2: once any one individual is negatively affected by another individuals gain #MacroSW
BSW Rodriquez 2 @NicolasRodriq15
A.2 Inequality becomes a problem when the upperclass keeps benefitting from the lower classes work. That no matter how hard the lower class works, there is a pattern of oppression and the upper class keeps repeating the benefits. #MacroSW
Kish Johnson @kjohnso33552684
@JimmySW WHEN BASIC NEEDS ARE NOT BEING MET. (but also as soon as it becomes a reality) #MacroSW
Yajaira @Yajaira__A
(A2) Inequality becomes a problem when the richest four hundred Americans have more wealth than half of the population in the United States. #MacroSW
Anesha S @AneshaDurham
@JimmySW #MacroSW A very small percentage of the population is carrying the majority of the wealth. This is due to the idea that "businesses are too big to fail" bailouts for big businesses but no help for the people.
UBuffalo Social Work @UBSSW
RT @shelbyscott_sw: A2: I think it has already started to become a problem. The growth of the middle class is declining and with the declin…
Mayra Carranza @MayraCa64184732
@Schawna4 I agree with you Schawna, the lower class keeps on struggling and inequality gets worst and rich getting richer. Most of the business owners do not pay taxes and I believe there should be policies that need to be change. #MacroSW
UBuffalo Social Work @UBSSW
RT @Brendaaa_Villa: (A1) I've seen countless people working multiple jobs, still homeless unable to afford basic needs due to rising costs…
Stephanie Maxfield @steph_maxfield
Hello my name is Stephanie I’m a master student at OU #macrosw #SW5602
Andell Napoleon @napoleon_andell
A2. Inequality becomes a problem when individuals are stuck in survival mode instead of living life how they are destined #macrosw #sow3232
UBuffalo Social Work @UBSSW
RT @KamilleMoore123: @JimmySW #macrosw Inequality becomes a problem when people are working full time and can't afford to live
ITTIC @UBittic
A1 Experiencing poverty can be traumatic in and of itself. Wealth inequality's impacts, including lack of educational/occupational attainment among myriad others, can adversely affect health, wellbeing, and opportunity for generations. #MacroSW https://t.co/dZkAYarinE
JazminMSW @jazminwik
Q2: When individuals can't even afford a gallon of milk or simply human basic necessities #MacroSW
Nancy Andrew @nandrew411
A1 As a country, we place a high value on wealth. We emphasize stuff as sign of success. We hold up 'being rich' as an ideal. While income inequality is hurting everyone in our country, how do we change our value system to support a different relationship to resources? #MacroSW
Lauren Miller @lomillies
A2: When there is no longer fair opportunity for impoverished people to dig their way out of poverty. Specifically, when there is less access to education and healthcare. #MacroSW
Austin H. @AustinHMSW
A2: Inequality becomes a problem when a small number of people have most of the wealth #MacroSW #CSUSMSW
savolivia @savolive
A: the distribution of income is not equal among the people. The rich are continuing to get richer, while the other classes are struggling #macrosw
Aaliyah Rivers @AaliyahRivers8
Inequality is a problem the second it’s labeled inequality #susocialwork #MacroSW
UBuffalo Social Work @UBSSW
RT @gretche59199000: A1. The gap between the wealthy and the poor continues to grow. People living in poverty cannot pull themselves out du…
alexisb @alexisb20205891
Inequality becomes a problem when it allows certain people or groups of people to be superior over others. Everyone has their disadvantages in life but when those disadvantages are systematic and suppresses a certain group, it becomes a problem. #SUsocialwork #macrosw
Matthew L. Schwartz, MBA, CFSW, LMSW, CASAC-T @SocialWorkDesk
@kjohnso33552684 @JimmySW In U.S. policy we have long had stark differences of opinion about what constitues "basic needs." #MacroSW
Dustin Miller @smileoutloud1
I'm closely watching this $2 trillion government stimulus package. If huge corporations with massive profits can get 100's of billions in funding so can community mental health agencies and everyday people #macrosw
Grace @graceonthecasee
RT @napoleon_andell: A2. Inequality becomes a problem when individuals are stuck in survival mode instead of living life how they are desti…
Nicole Williams @NicoleW00305070
@JimmySW The distribution of wealth is just worsening over time in the United States. The pandemic has made it painfully clear just how vast the gap is and just how little this politic environment cares for who it effects. #macrosw
Ashlyn Barber @AshlynBarber9
@JimmySW This is not from the film but I think in terms of environmental justice we can clearly see inequality taking place #macrosw
UBuffalo Social Work @UBSSW
RT @molly_a_warner: @MckieJoshua A1: Amen to LACK OF OPPORTUNITY and limited upward mobility for the middle class #MacroSW
Jimmy A. Young, PhD, MSW @JimmySW
RT @kjohnso33552684: @JimmySW WHEN BASIC NEEDS ARE NOT BEING MET. (but also as soon as it becomes a reality) #MacroSW
Hulya Eker @hulya089
#MacroSW A1: The rich get richer and the poor gets poorer. The gap between the rich and poor is getting bigger; the capitalism is to blame.
Valerie Coblentz @CoblentzValerie
A2: In terms of the current COVID-19 pandemic, having inequality in terms of our health care system becomes a huge issue, for those who cannot afford treatment they may not seek it even if they are in need. #SUsocialwork #MacroSW
Paige Alexandra Kreppel @PaigeKreppel
@OfficialMacroSW How is America planning on dealing with the multiple forms of inequality that are going to arise from this pandemic? Will there be relief programs? #MacroSW #SUsocialwork
UBuffalo Social Work @UBSSW
RT @PaigeKreppel: @OfficialMacroSW The impact of this global pandemic, COVID-19 has had me thinking about how oppressed populations are han…
Mikayla Miller @Mikayla53977910
Q2: The inequality becomes a problem when people who are able to bulk purchase needed items such as food, toilet paper, cleaning supplies and disinfecting sprays and others are unable to find the needed items. #macrosw
Kayla Applebaum @kayla_applebaum
@AaliyahRivers8 Aaliyah, I agree with you 100%. my dad is a realtor for example and he has to worry if his clients will be able to pay rent and if not he has to pay it out of pocket. #susocialwork #MacroSW
UBuffalo Social Work @UBSSW
RT @adriennecgarr: @JimmySW A1. Simply that the distribution of wealth isn't happening. The wealthiest individuals in the world have the we…
Margaret Hogan @mkhogan0
#MacroSW A2: Inequality becomes a problem from the moment it begins to the moment people stop fighting to change it. #SOW3232
Hannah A. BSW @hannahA0412
A2: Inequalityis always an issue. For example in times like these, people who have money have easy access to healthcare and can get tested without showing any symptoms of the COVID-19 while the rest are to be in quarantine #MacroSW #SOW3232
Jimmy A. Young, PhD, MSW @JimmySW
RT @AnneLynnMSW: @CourtneyBreslow @JimmySW It’s really sad how the government is basically controlled by corporations who only care about t…
Kamille @KamilleMoore123
Truth! Its unjust that one person is deemed "better" than another! #MacroSW
UBuffalo Social Work @UBSSW
RT @nandrew411: A1 The extremes in wealth distribution is growing. Those at the top of the income ladder possess an extreme amount of wealt…
Emily Clonch @ClonchEmily
A2: It becomes a problem once people get over looked because they are considered a minority in the U.S. They can't get all the options other people might be able to get. They get over looked at jobs, for healthcare, housing and other resources they might need. #MacroSW #SOW3232
Gerry Stevens @GerryXIII
A2- Inequality is a problem anytime there's inequality, frankly. It's particularly bad now but wealth inequality always harms someone, even if it's a low percentage of inequality #MacroSW
UBuffalo Social Work @UBSSW
RT @JimmySW: Q2: When do you think inequality becomes a problem? #MacroSW https://t.co/2lVn4hYsDR
ITTIC @UBittic
A2 Inequality can force people to remain in life-threatening scenarios. Those in chronically stressful settings are prone to experiencing traumatic stress reactions associated with poor social, physical, and mental health outcomes. https://t.co/HoUQhWCr3E #MacroSW
Samantha Ackerson @SamanthaAckers1
A2: Inequality is a problem especially in instances that are harmful to a particular group, such as the “middle class” #SOW3232 #macrosw
Anna @Anna_equality4u
Q2: Inequality becomes a problem when those who are treated unequally do not have the same quality of living as others do. When the "unequal" are in danger and lacking the basic human rights we are all entitled to, this is when it becomes a problem. #MacroSW #SuSocialWork
UBuffalo Social Work @UBSSW
RT @TheMattSchwartz: @kjohnso33552684 @JimmySW In U.S. policy we have long had stark differences of opinion about what constitues "basic ne…
Jill Meyer @Jill_Meyer
RT @hannahA0412: A2: Inequalityis always an issue. For example in times like these, people who have money have easy access to healthcare an…
UBuffalo Social Work @UBSSW
RT @AshlynBarber9: @JimmySW This is not from the film but I think in terms of environmental justice we can clearly see inequality taking p…
Ashlyn Barber @AshlynBarber9
@JimmySW However, from the film I think as we see in our current situation how different workers are being paid or not paid for leave they cannot control #macrosw
hannah storer @hannahnicholes
A2) Inequality becomes a problem when people can not afford to live on whatever salary they currently have and "dig themselves into a hole" so to speak #MacroSW #SOW3232
Amanda @aSWdean
A2: When is inequality NOT a problem???? #MacroSW #csusmsw
Keely Flaherty @keelyf427
Q2: Inequality becomes a problem when people become marginalized, oppressed, and have less opportunities than those not affected by the impact #MacroSW
Karina do Vale @KarinaMagnago
#sow3232 you tell em
Meagan Weems @WeemsMeagan
A2... whoops
ßƦıı @MSWbrii
A2: once an individuals gain causes the downfall for another individual #macrosw
Isabella Alcantara @IsabellaAlcan15
A1: The US has an unbelievable rate of economic inequality.This is because there is not enough emphasis on education, specifically higher education. Not enough students are motivated to seek a higher education leading them to work unskilled jobs with low wages #SOW3232 #MacroSW
maicee @maicee98230641
@JimmySW A2- It becomes a problem when one group continues to benefit while the other groups are negatively effected. #MacroSW #SW5602
ßƦıı @MSWbrii
RT @aSWdean: A2: When is inequality NOT a problem???? #MacroSW #csusmsw
Jimmy A. Young, PhD, MSW @JimmySW
Next question is coming up!!!! #MacroSW
Alec Frank @AlecFrank11
@JimmySW #macroSW A2: i think inequality becomes a problem when it starts to cause inequity. When people stop getting what they need or deserve.
Karen Zgoda🌹 @karenzgoda
RT @JimmySW: Q2: When do you think inequality becomes a problem? #MacroSW https://t.co/2lVn4hYsDR
Samantha J Wills @samanthajwills6
A2: Inequality becomes an issue when it is no longer attainable for individuals to climb the socioeconomic latter and move from class to class when the appropriate amount of effort is made. #SOW3232 #macrosw
UBuffalo Social Work @UBSSW
RT @AngelicaMSW: Inequality becomes a problem in the state that we are in right now. As a society we are seeing how inequality hinders work…
ITTIC @UBittic
A2 COVID-19 is revealing & reinforcing systemic inequality. This may devastate our most vulnerable communities for generations. Responding through a trauma-informed lens can prevent such problems & create healthy, resilient futures for us all. #MacroSW https://t.co/7dIrvfrVhK
Matthew L. Schwartz, MBA, CFSW, LMSW, CASAC-T @SocialWorkDesk
RT @UBittic: A2 COVID-19 is revealing & reinforcing systemic inequality. This may devastate our most vulnerable communities for generations…
UBuffalo Social Work @UBSSW
RT @SwHitomi: Inequality for All says that "the 400 most high-paid individuals possess more wealth than the entire bottom half of earners I…
Stephanie Maxfield @steph_maxfield
A1: the rich get richer and the poor get poorer. Current policies are not helping the poor like they should. #macrosw #SW5602
Jimmy A. Young, PhD, MSW @JimmySW
RT @UBittic: A2 COVID-19 is revealing & reinforcing systemic inequality. This may devastate our most vulnerable communities for generations…
Joshua McKie @MckieJoshua
Cost of living rises as wages stay the same. What kind of math is that? #MacroSW
Savannah Lindsey @sav_lindsey7
A1: Wealth gap is increasing dramatically. Those at the bottom of the economic ladder have less and less opportunity to gain wealth. #MacroSW #SOW3232
Jill Meyer @Jill_Meyer
YES!!! #macrosw It's ALWAYS a problem. It doesn't "become" one
Allison @Allison50673939
#macroSW
Caroline Briones, BSW @CBrionesSW
@JimmySW A2: Inequality begins a problem the moment it begins to infringe on basic human rights #MacroSW #SOW3232
UBuffalo Social Work @UBSSW
RT @Beardowulf: A2 Inequality becomes a problem when all the avenues leading toward opportunity and higher earning potential erode, which h…
Grace @graceonthecasee
RT @IsabellaAlcan15: A1: The US has an unbelievable rate of economic inequality.This is because there is not enough emphasis on education,…
Tess L @fruitleatherss
@JimmySW A1 There is an unequal distribution of wealth- the poor are getting poorer and the wealthier are getting wealthier. Part of it is that the top 1% are not spending as much money (putting the money back into the economy), nor are they being taxed as much as they should be. #macroSW
TomiMacaroni @HitomiFujMSW
Q2: Inequality becomes a problem when people cannot recognize it and do not fight for its eradication. They say no cause is lost as long as there is one fool left fighting for it. We are the fools ;) #macrosw
Stacy S. @StacyCSUSMSW
@JimmySW Inequality becomes a problem when the wealth gap is so large that a COVID-19 two week stay-at-home order starts making people lose their houses and go hungry while the 1%ers tweet "thoughts and prayers" #MACROSW
UBuffalo Social Work @UBSSW
RT @MckieJoshua: Exactly! The age old "minimum skills = minimum wage" does not speak to the current job market, and what opportunities are…
Ashley Marie @Ashley33mariexo
@JimmySW When an individual is working 3 jobs and still can’t afford to put food on the table for their children and on the verge of loosing housing #macrosw
Marlene Romo @marlenesw13
RT @AaliyahRivers8: Inequality is a problem the second it’s labeled inequality #susocialwork #MacroSW
Sheila Cortez @sheilitacortez
Q 2: It becomes a problems during crisis like this COVID-19. Those with wealth and access to resource are likely to remain home without having to worry about rent and bills. The middle class and lower class continue to work because they know they can't stop. #macrosw
UBuffalo Social Work @UBSSW
RT @marlenesw13: A2: When the numbers show that the top 140 people have more wealth than half of the U.S. That is a problem. #MacroSW
YSocialWork, Inc. @YSocialWork
Hey Mikayla, I agree the COVID-19 outbreak will and is having a huge impact on the working class. And where are the resources? The media is saying resource here and there but where? People need money to feed their family! #macrosw
savolivia @savolive
#SOW3232
Ashley Clark @AshleyC92224530
A. 2) Inequality becomes a problem when it hurts or threatens our society. It can hurt the economy, our ideal of equal opportunity and the democracy. This threatens the foundation of our nation. #MacroSW #SOW3232
Meagan Reed @MeaganR57225061
A2: What we are going through now! The lower class are unable to get the resources they need to sustain a quarantine. Not only getting resources to remain home for long periods and they are not making money staying home, furthering their poverty level #MacroSW
Matt @Matt47363682
A1: There is an unequal distribution of wealth. This is occurring due to powerful special interest involvement in policy making. Political divisiveness and a degree of apathy is both aiding the creation of this issue and enabling this process. #CSUDHmsw501 #MacroSW
Colbey Dawkins @ColbeyDawkins
Q2. Its all about the Mark of the beast!!! The rich is entitled whilethe middle class puts in the work!!! #MacroSW #SOW3232
Paige Alexandra Kreppel @PaigeKreppel
@OfficialMacroSW Justice for different forms of inequality needs to become the norm throughout the world! Will a pandemic such as COVID-19 set us back from this goal happening sooner? #MacroSW #SUsocialwork
UBuffalo Social Work @UBSSW
RT @Jill_Meyer: (A2) Excuse me? “When do you think inequality becomes a problem?” Uh, I think inequality is ALWAYS a problem! It doesn’t “b…
Nastaran Demehri @Demehri
@JimmySW #macrosw From the start since people are disadvantaged and get a late start in life. However, it affects them the most when in a crisis such as right now with the coronavirus. People with resources and money are not as stressed and worried as people with less advantages.
👑Adrienne Garr👑 @adriennecgarr
@JimmySW A2. Inequality is a problem in the present moment. People cant afford to live. Additionally low wages effect how much social security income an individual can earn over time. Low stagnant wages mean less social security income over time as a person ages #MacroSW
Jimmy A. Young, PhD, MSW @JimmySW
Q3: If the government sets the rules for how the market functions, who do these rules benefit or hurt? #MacroSW https://t.co/vl3mevQnOq
Munira A @alami1_m
A2. I think it’s a matter of why because there’s no specific point to when inequality is a problem. It will always be a problem. In my opinion, as soon a we witness it, it should tigger a response of unfairness.
Nancy Andrew @nandrew411
@alexisb20205891 The systemic nature of income inequality is key. We love the idea of pulling one's self up by his/her bootstraps but that assumes hard work is all it takes to get ahead. #MacroSW
SM4SW 📱 @sm4sw
RT @JimmySW: Q3: If the government sets the rules for how the market functions, who do these rules benefit or hurt? #MacroSW https://t.co/v…
Jasmine Rapson @Jasminerapson1
A2 Inequality becomes a problem when people who can barely afford food on the table pays more in taxes than millionaires. #macrosw #SOW3232
Samantha Ackerson @SamanthaAckers1
#MacroSW
mckenzie @mckenzgoud96
A2. Inequality became a problem when individuals cant get health care. #MacroSW
Megan @Megan54651301
#MacroSW A1: It appears that income inequality has only increased since the making of the film, and it is in part because of the policies that are put in place that favor the wealthy and provide no relief or support to those in need.
Coral Glass @coralkalani
@JimmySW #macrosw Q1. I feel like there is a lot going on with our economy just in the past week or so with everything go on. The distribution of wealth is getting worse.
Tess L @fruitleatherss
@kjohnso33552684 @JimmySW post-coved will it be an even larger gap?! #macroSW
Anne L @AnneLynnMSW
@JimmySW Inequality becomes a problem when individuals and families can’t afford basic needs like food and housing! #MacroSW
J. Plummer 🇧🇧🇺🇸 @PlummerJason
A2 I'm a fan of Rawls, so inequality becomes a problem when it is firmly rooted in social identity. I also love the work of Sen, so inequality is a problem when denies people the capacity to live a fully human life #Macrosw
Brittany N Smith @BrittanyNSmit13
@JimmySW The gap between the poor and wealthy have continued to increase, but with the coronavirus, things are shifting a little. Big business is getting affected, as well as everyone else. #macrosw #CO_Jackson
Mandy Jane Jones @MandyJaneJones4
A1: Salaries for the working class is stagnant while the 1% see the majority of wealth. The issue is they aren’t spending enough to stimulate the economy. #macrosw #sw5602
Anesha S @AneshaDurham
@AnneLynnMSW @CourtneyBreslow @JimmySW #MacroSW Agreed Anne, Even when it comes to the COVID-19 the government is more concerned with giving grants and loans to bussinesses than the people who are losing their jobs.
UBuffalo Social Work @UBSSW
RT @JimmySW: @Ashley33mariexo @AlanaLewis18 You should have 280 now :-) #Macrosw
Yuki @Yukes4571
Q1 - In the United States, we have the most unequal distribution of income and wealth. I was surprised to learn that the top 400 of the wealthiest people have more wealth than half of the population in the United States. #MacroSW #SOW3233
Austin H. @AustinHMSW
A3: I think that the government’s rules on the market benefit the rich and do not allow lower SES communities to benefit #MacroSW #CSUSMSW
Rachel Taylor @RTaylorsw
Inequality becomes a problem when income determines if you get proper healthcare or not. Especially during a pandemic. #MacroSW
UBuffalo Social Work @UBSSW
RT @Silver_Fang797: #MacroSW Q2. In times like now, where people are getting sick and they are scared. The wealthy and famous shouldn't hav…
willgoff @willgoff4
#macrosw The rules should benefit all people, but recently they have benefited the rich.
👑Adrienne Garr👑 @adriennecgarr
@Yajaira__A Also when an individual income looks like the budget for a nation can be a bit of a concern #MacroSW
Ashley Cox @AshleyCox1215
@JimmySW When people in our society are not able to receive the necessities they need in order to live a healthy and safe life. #MacroSW
Tess L @fruitleatherss
@willgoff4 @JimmySW yeahhhhhhhhhhh #macroSW
courtney breslow @CourtneyBreslow
A2 I don’t know what full equalitywoukd look like. Inequality is an issue when people are struggling to have basic human rights. #MacroSW #csusmsw
Aaliyah Rivers @AaliyahRivers8
A2: I keep bringing it back to our current pandemic because this is a prime example of inequality today and it’s a problem #susocialwork #MacroSW
Stetie Joseph @StetieJ
A2: Inequality becomes a problem when the low and middle class has a stagnant or decreased income while the upper class gets wealthier from the low and middle class. #macrosw #SOW3232
UBuffalo Social Work @UBSSW
RT @hannahA0412: A2: Inequalityis always an issue. For example in times like these, people who have money have easy access to healthcare an…
gretchen @gretche59199000
@JimmySW A2. When you cannot afford your basic needs. When 80% of your paycheck is going to rent each month #SW5602 #Macrosw
Ashley Cox @AshleyCox1215
RT @JimmySW: Q2: When do you think inequality becomes a problem? #MacroSW https://t.co/2lVn4hYsDR
Matthew L. Schwartz, MBA, CFSW, LMSW, CASAC-T @SocialWorkDesk
@ColbeyDawkins I would say the working class is likely putting in the work; and that the middle class is non-existant at this point; mostly it's working class, and the top earners. #MacroSW
Emilee Sharp @EmileeSharp6
RT @SamanthaAckers1: #MacroSW https://t.co/BykWudWkfq
Molly Warner @molly_a_warner
A2: Inequality becomes a problem when you need a second refrigerator in the garage and your neighbor has to work multiple jobs to afford one meal #MacroSW
Heather McCausland @heathermari33
A1: The top 1% have more money combined than half of the people in America have in terms of wealth. This is because of the unequal distribution of wealth and capitalism. #MACROSW #SOW3232
UBuffalo Social Work @UBSSW
RT @UBittic: A2 Inequality can force people to remain in life-threatening scenarios. Those in chronically stressful settings are prone to e…
Chris krysztofowicz @Beardowulf
A3 1/2 Rules for the market would benefit everyone. While big business and those at the top would have to pay more and couldn’t use their money for an unfair advantage, the lower and middle class would have the opportunity to accrue more wealth to help grow the economy #MacroSW
Kish Johnson @kjohnso33552684
@fruitleatherss @JimmySW or will it pull the top down closer? #macrosw
Amanda @aSWdean
@GerryXIII my thoughts exactly!! Inequality is always a problem! #macrosw #csusmsw
Alexa Mediak @AlexaMediak
@JimmySW A2. Inequality is always a problem! It is especially apparent in times of crisis. Those with a lower SES do not have the means to meet basic needs especially when losing their source of income. #macrosw
Amy @Amy34618774
A2: Inequality becomes a problem when people are not getting their essestial needs met #macrosw
Anna @Anna_equality4u
Q2:We are in a pandemic and all the students who are at home living in poverty with no internet access and are unable to get the education and resources they need and deserve. These children will fall behind while others excel because of their access. #MacroSW #SuSocialWork
Mayra Carranza @MayraCa64184732
@JimmySW A2: Inequality becomes a problem, when individuals are not able to survive, bring food to their table and their is no security. Inequality continues to be a problem in this country. #Macrosw
Ashley Cox @AshleyCox1215
RT @JimmySW: Q3: If the government sets the rules for how the market functions, who do these rules benefit or hurt? #MacroSW https://t.co/v…
Olivia Blackman @oliviablackma10
A2: I agree, this issue has several avenues this can lead to! Their a strong link between inequality and mental health issues, drug use, poverty, violence, etc. #macrosw #sow3232
Jill Meyer @Jill_Meyer
(A3) The government appeals to lobbyists who bribe certain officials to make policies that keep lining their pockets. So of course with this corruption, the ones who get hurt are the poor and disadvantaged and beneficiaries are the billionaires with their tax breaks. #macrosw
msw_merid002 @EsthelaMerida
A2: inequality becomes a problem when resources are distributed equally #MacroSW
Meagan Weems @WeemsMeagan
A3: The rules seem to benefit those who are taking stakes in the operation or benefit from them. Therefore, the policies hurt those that government has no connection or interest in. #MacroSW #SOW3232
Grecia Quiroz @GreciaQuiroz18
A2: I believe inequality becomes an issue when it’s evident that people are doing their best to move forward but cannot.Onemust be realistic and understand that unfortunately there will always be a “lower class”.Even so, opportunities should be equal 4 everyone #MacroSW #SOW3232
Chris krysztofowicz @Beardowulf
A3 (2/2) and grow sales for those at the top. So, both levels can benefit #MacroSW
Jimmy A. Young, PhD, MSW @JimmySW
Be sure to include #MacroSW in your tweets. Lots of really great answers to these questions. https://t.co/6fyWw8VNRU
savolivia @savolive
2: Inequality becomes a problem when it restricts human rights #SOW3232 #MacroSW
Kamille @KamilleMoore123
Does anyone know what full equality would look like? have we ever had full equality? #MacroSW
Esperanza V @EsperanzaV16
A2) I believe "Inequality" in any form is always a problem BUT speaking towards this topic, it is a problem here bc the line between the middle class&the poor are so blurred but its painfully obvious who the rich are (the 1%). SO MANY Americans are struggling #macrosw #SOW3232
Chileechung @chileechung
A2- when the chance for opportunity for gain comes at a disadvantage for the other party. #macrosw
Matthew L. Schwartz, MBA, CFSW, LMSW, CASAC-T @SocialWorkDesk
RT @JimmySW: Be sure to include #MacroSW in your tweets. Lots of really great answers to these questions. https://t.co/6fyWw8VNRU
UBuffalo Social Work @UBSSW
RT @maicee98230641: @JimmySW A2- It becomes a problem when one group continues to benefit while the other groups are negatively effected. #…
Madison Wozniak @MadisonWozniak1
If the government were to make more rules, Americans would benefit and be hurt by the rules. It all depends on how the policy is written and who it would impact the most #macrosw #sow3232
Hulya Eker @hulya089
#MacroSW A2: When the basic needs of people are not met such as nutrition, shelter, healthcare, and education.
alana mcfadden @alana_mcfadden
A2: I believe inequality becomes a problem when it starts to hinder basic human rights like housing, education, a good paying job. #sow3232 #macrosw
UBuffalo Social Work @UBSSW
RT @JimmySW: Next question is coming up!!!! #MacroSW
Bell_Chac @BellChac
@JimmySW when elected officials are purchased from those @ the top, they benefit these wealthy individuals and neglect the needs of those who cant afford them, the average person. #macrosw
Stacy S. @StacyCSUSMSW
@Ashley33mariexo @JimmySW While the CEOs of their 3 jobs sit on their thrones counting their money #macrosw
UBuffalo Social Work @UBSSW
RT @UBittic: A2 COVID-19 is revealing & reinforcing systemic inequality. This may devastate our most vulnerable communities for generations…
Mikayla Miller @Mikayla53977910
Q3: The rules of limiting the supplies purchases will be an issue for large families, companies that purchase in bulk, people who cannot get out of the house often and purchase for long periods of time, and many other people will run into issues with these rules. #macrosw
Nancy Andrew @nandrew411
@UniteThePoor and @blocbyblocMKE are great examples of two organizations who are organizing lower income and underserved Americans to advocate for themselves. #SUsocialwork #MacroSW
Jimmy A. Young, PhD, MSW @JimmySW
RT @alana_mcfadden: A2: I believe inequality becomes a problem when it starts to hinder basic human rights like housing, education, a good…
Karina Lopez @social_fl
A1: today the 400 richest Americans own more of the country’s riches than the bottom 60%. Large cooperations have taken over family owned stores. These larger stores usually paying minimum wage making it difficult for anyone to make a decent wage. #macrosw #sow3232
Tess L @fruitleatherss
@AlliWare826 @JimmySW She ain't my friend. ;) I agree though- this "we're all in this together"...when we look at social inequalities we see we are very much NOT in this together. #macroSW
Manoucheca Byssainthe @BSW_Manoucheca
A2) inequality becomes a problem the moment one person is treated as less than another for any reason #MacroSW #SOW3232
UBuffalo Social Work @UBSSW
RT @MckieJoshua: Cost of living rises as wages stay the same. What kind of math is that? #MacroSW https://t.co/yZX0YwyxJq
sydney swinker @SSwinker
If the government controls the market then it would benefit the wealthy rather than the working class. #macrosw #SOW3232
BSW Rodriquez 2 @NicolasRodriq15
Q.3 The government, has many bad effects. People represent themselves and people like them. If you look at a majority of the government, it's one demographic. They look out for themselves and it becomes a pattern of oppression for the different demographics #MacroSW #SOW3232
gretchen @gretche59199000
@JimmySW A3. Benefit the rich and hurt the poor #SW5602 #MacroSW
alexisb @alexisb20205891
@JimmySW (A3) usually these rules tend to benefit those in power (the ones with wealth). The government tries hard to help those who are struggling bad but for those peole who are just getting by, it is hard. There is no real help for those people, just struggle. #SUsocialwork #macrosw
Amari Castle @CastleAmari
RT @JimmySW: Q2: When do you think inequality becomes a problem? #MacroSW https://t.co/2lVn4hYsDR
Shelby Scott @shelbyscott_sw
A3: Theoretically, the rules set by the government would benefit everyone. In reality, it depends on the law. Laws such as taxes, lobbying, and social programs. Today it seems as if laws favor the upper class. #MacroSW
Montrobia McKissack, LMSW @montrobia
A2: inequality becomes a problem it affects wider swaths of society. It is intrinsic to our societal formation though #MacroSW
Amari Castle @CastleAmari
RT @JimmySW: Q3: If the government sets the rules for how the market functions, who do these rules benefit or hurt? #MacroSW https://t.co/v…
Savannah Lindsey @sav_lindsey7
A3: In an ideal world, these rules would benefit all people. However, they tend to benefit the rich and harm the poor. #MacroSW #SOW3232
UBuffalo Social Work @UBSSW
RT @adriennecgarr: @Yajaira__A Also when an individual income looks like the budget for a nation can be a bit of a concern #MacroSW
Allison @Allison50673939
@AngelicaMSW @JimmySW I think inequality becomes a problem when those that are truly in the need of basic supplies or supports are no longer receiving them. While others are still care free to go receive the services with no hassle. #macroSW
👑Adrienne Garr👑 @adriennecgarr
@willgoff4 Everyone isn't playing with the same rules or advantages. The reasons why the rules benefit the wealthy is because the game was designed that way. Systematically the rules favor the wealthy. #MacroSW https://t.co/Dx5UkiAoPw
Megan @Megan54651301
@SwHitomi I agree! A big part of the problem is that not enough people recognize it. #MacroSW
Angelica Carrasco @AngelicaMSW
@mckenzgoud96 especially in time like we are in right now. Indivuals who cannot get healthcare and might be exposed COVID-19 #MacroSW
Yuki @Yukes4571
A1: it becomes a problem when over time the wealthy become even more wealthier while the middle class gets poorer . If income distribution was equal then both classes should be advancing. #MacroSW #SOW3232
Anna @Anna_equality4u
Q3: The rules are created by the made to benefit the wealthy. Those of us who have no say, will never have a say because the system is meant to keep us where we are, at the bottom of the totem pole. The rules keeps us down and keep the wealthy up. #MacroSW #SuSocialWork
Keely Flaherty @keelyf427
Q3: If the government set the rules, the 1% would benefit the most and the 99% would suffer #MacroSW
UBuffalo Social Work @UBSSW
RT @heathermari33: A1: The top 1% have more money combined than half of the people in America have in terms of wealth. This is because of t…
Dawn M @DawnM86450136
@JimmySW A1:If you are speaking the COVID-19 many business will receive trillions of dollars but individuals will only receive $1000 each. Many business have made thousands of dollars before the pandemic. Many Households are living paycheck 2 paycheck currently.#SUSocilWork #MacroSW
BL @briluthart
@JimmySW A2. Inequality is always an issue, but when we are living in a society with Covid19 where many middle class workers have lost their jobs, they can not afford their mortgage, rent, bills, student loans. Living paycheck to paycheck means they actually need a paycheck. #macrosw
Schawna @Schawna4
@RTaylorsw So true! when your health and healthcare are at stake inequality has gone too far.. #MacroSW
Amari Castle @CastleAmari
RT @Ashley33mariexo: Dr. Young. We are all lost on what we have to do right now 😂😂 @JimmySW #MacroSW
Heather McCausland @heathermari33
A2: Inequality is always a problem but I see it more as a problem when people start thinking inequality doesn’t exist. There is inequality in wealth, race, gender etc.... #MACROSW #SOW3232
UBuffalo Social Work @UBSSW
RT @JimmySW: Be sure to include #MacroSW in your tweets. Lots of really great answers to these questions. https://t.co/6fyWw8VNRU
Jimmy A. Young, PhD, MSW @JimmySW
RT @adriennecgarr: @willgoff4 Everyone isn't playing with the same rules or advantages. The reasons why the rules benefit the wealthy is be…
Molly Warner @molly_a_warner
@AnneLynnMSW @CourtneyBreslow @JimmySW Don't forget, they also really care about pillows #inequalityforall #MacroSW
Angelina M Saunders @AngelinaMSaund1
@BritneyCarbajal When at least half the population of the country doesn't realize that it is a problem fo sure!! #csusmsw #jimmysw #macrosw
Ashlyn Barber @AshlynBarber9
@kjohnso33552684 @fruitleatherss @JimmySW #macrosw https://t.co/rZ6CQR6ZeU
𝗦𝘁𝗲𝗽𝗵𝗲𝗻 𝗖𝘂𝗺𝗺𝗶𝗻𝗴𝘀 @spcummings
Hi #MacroSW folks, Stephen here, clinical assistant prof at the @UISchoolofSW. Sorry to be late joining the chat! https://t.co/suJLJflcCt
Matthew L. Schwartz, MBA, CFSW, LMSW, CASAC-T @SocialWorkDesk
A3 whomever helped write the rules #MacroSW
UBuffalo Social Work @UBSSW
RT @nandrew411: @UniteThePoor and @blocbyblocMKE are great examples of two organizations who are organizing lower income and underserved Am…
Gerry Stevens @GerryXIII
A3- The rules for how the market functions generaly benefit the wealthy and powerful the most. There are few labor protections in the US, while large corporations benefit from tax loopholes, limited regulations, low wages, and increased labor productivity #MacroSW
Isabella Alcantara @IsabellaAlcan15
A2: inequality is a problem now. It is so unsettling knowing how many working people are unable to meet their basic needs #MacroSW #SOW3232
Joshua McKie @MckieJoshua
A3 if the government set rules, it would hurt the rich and benefit the poor (hopefully). But, what doesn’t kill you may save lives #MacroSW https://t.co/LX6yDCMisY
Munira A @alami1_m
A3. Those in power within the government making these rule are the ones to benefit. Those who provide money to those in power also benefit. The rules however can hurt anyone! #MacroSW #SUsocialwork
❤️ Dr. Allison Berkowitz ❤️ @SocialWorkItOut
A1 - Our country has let capitalism & greed get far out of balance. Wealth inequality is greater now than before the Great Depression. We need to elect leaders - & #RunForSomething ourselves - who care about everyday people & will create laws to turn the ship around. #MacroSW https://t.co/oKBKSjvChH
Matt @Matt47363682
A2: Inequality becomes a problem when individuals and families do not have access to the services, goods, and care they need to thrive. #CSUDHmsw501 #MacroSW
Allison @Allison50673939
RT @CBrionesSW: @JimmySW A2: Inequality begins a problem the moment it begins to infringe on basic human rights #MacroSW #SOW3232
loveanisha cummings @LoveanishaC
A2: I think inequality becomes a problem when there is a group of people that are not being treated equally. Most of the time the issue does not arise until there is a need for something. The problem begins when there is no way to reach a compromise.#macrosw #sw5602
YSocialWork, Inc. @YSocialWork
Yes, I agree and like singer Cardi B said on one of her videos a day or so ago, people who form part of the higher class are getting tested without symptoms and the middle and lower class are not because it said that there is little tools to do so!
Kayla Applebaum @kayla_applebaum
@AshleyCox1215 @JimmySW I agree Ashley. For me personally I luckily am an essential personal so I am still able to have a steady income. But I know for some people they don't even have enough money to go out and buy groceries. #MacroSW #SUsocialwork
Amy @Amy34618774
@MayraCa64184732 @JimmySW I completely agree! Especially now when people are getting laid off when they were already struggling to pay bills and put food on the table #MacroSW
Katie Slominski @SlominskiKatie
A2: Inequality has always been a pressing issue but the severe level of inequality that has presented itself throughout this global pandemic shows how bad inequality really is. #MacroSW #SOW3232
Michael T @MichaelCSUSMSW
A2: Inequality within a capitalist system is arguably an inevitable reality. The challenge is when inequality affects equitable access to wealth to and to meet basic needs #MacroSW
Meagan Reed @MeaganR57225061
A3: They SHOULD benefit all people. They ACTUALLY benefit the rich, in return hurting people who are living in poverty. #MacroSW
Andell Napoleon @napoleon_andell
A3: currently in our society these rules are being set by individuals who don’t understand how Americans citizens I’m outside of the 1% operate on a day to day. The rules are really to benefit government officials and the 1% not us regular citizens
Mandy Jane Jones @MandyJaneJones4
A2. Inequality becomes a problem when there’s a group of people who can not afford the minimum needed to meet basic needs. Healthcare, childcare, food! #macrosw #sw5602
UBuffalo Social Work @UBSSW
RT @adriennecgarr: @willgoff4 Everyone isn't playing with the same rules or advantages. The reasons why the rules benefit the wealthy is be…
Annette Bermejo @AnnetteBermejo1
@JimmySW @UBSSW (A1)The money never seems to trickle down to the bottom class. Especially due to the greed seen by individuals of high SES to increase profits at all costs. #MacroSW
Brianna @BriannaNavin
@JimmySW A2: Inequality become a problem when privilege outweighs hard work #MacroSW https://t.co/tRdx2BZwvb
Brian Romero @BrianRny
Frankly we have no distribution of wealth in this nation. The rich are getting richer and the poor are getting poorer. #MacroSW
maicee @maicee98230641
@JimmySW The rules should benefit everyone, but unfortunately they only benefit the rich and leave the ones that need the help helpless. #MacroSW #SW5602
UBuffalo Social Work @UBSSW
RT @JimmySW: Q3: If the government sets the rules for how the market functions, who do these rules benefit or hurt? #MacroSW https://t.co/v…
YSocialWork, Inc. @YSocialWork
(A1) Good one-wealthier families can afford to hold riskier assets, like stock, while those at the bottom of the distribution live with more volatile circumstances due to growing living costs, especially those with more children, which attributes to poverty. #macrosw
Nastaran Demehri @Demehri
@JimmySW #macrosw Q 3: These rules would most likely benefit the ones with resources/money and power and not really affect the ones who are poor or do not have as much power.
Andell Napoleon @napoleon_andell
#macrosw #sow3232
Holly Yang @h0llyhigh
@JimmySW A2: Inequality becomes a problem when most capital enterprises are profit-seeking, attempting to reduce costs and maximize benefits at the expense of the workers. #macrosw
Jimmy A. Young, PhD, MSW @JimmySW
Question 4 is coming up Next. #MacroSW https://t.co/M4HCK21f7F
TTO Productions @ttoproductions
A3 the rules set will always try to show growth in a free market economy. Growth at all costs. If not growth, sustainability #macrosw
JazminMSW @jazminwik
Q3: Realistically speaking, when the government creates new laws, it is done to benefit the 1%. The rest...the rest just has to work harder. #MacroSW
ITTIC @UBittic
A3 Policies can position people to be re-traumatized. States with high income inequality allocate less money to public goods (healthcare, education, etc.), disproportionately impacting our most marginalized & disenfranchised people/communities. #MacroSW (1/2)
Anne L @AnneLynnMSW
@JimmySW Ever since Citizens United, corporations and lobbyists have flooded our government with money. When the government sets rules, it’s not in the best interest of the people; it’s in the best interest of those corporations #MacroSW
TomiMacaroni @HitomiFujMSW
Q3: Assuming that most people in the government making these decisions are wealthy, I wonder if they are not skewed for benefits in that direction? Yet, they affect all of us, especially those of us in the middle and lower SES. #MacroSW
alana mcfadden @alana_mcfadden
A3: if the government were to set any type of rules, it would be in their benefit and to make money off of the middle and lower classes. But good news is, I think people are just now starting to come to this realization and standing up to this #macrosw #sow3232
Brittany N Smith @BrittanyNSmit13
@JimmySW Inequality begins a problem when basic human rights are not being met #MacroSW #CO_Jackson
Aaliyah Rivers @AaliyahRivers8
A3: these rules SHOULD be helping those in the most need, although unfortunately there are many ways around rules set in place and some of the rules end up helping those who in reality do not need it. #susocialwork #MacroSW
Valerie Coblentz @CoblentzValerie
A3: When the government sets the rules for how the market functions it will benefit the upper classes. These people tend to be more educated and make more money and therefore have more of an influence because of their privileges. #SUsocialwork #MacroSW
UBuffalo Social Work @UBSSW
Good thread... #MacroSW
Jimmy A. Young, PhD, MSW @JimmySW
Q4: Who is looking out for the American worker? Who do you think should be & what could be done? #MacroSW https://t.co/tBvUOR7H9t
Matthew L. Schwartz, MBA, CFSW, LMSW, CASAC-T @SocialWorkDesk
@JimmySW's makes me feel better about myself, because I see the list of initials after his name, and I feel better about wanting to go to law school after I get my DSW #MacroSW
Bell_Chac @BellChac
@alexisb20205891 @JimmySW can you explain a little how government helps peeps struggling? interesting point! #macrosw
SM4SW 📱 @sm4sw
RT @JimmySW: Q4: Who is looking out for the American worker? Who do you think should be & what could be done? #MacroSW https://t.co/tBvUOR7…
UBuffalo Social Work @UBSSW
RT @GerryXIII: A3- The rules for how the market functions generaly benefit the wealthy and powerful the most. There are few labor protectio…
Nancy Andrew @nandrew411
@social_fl This is important info to frame the discussion on income inequality. #SUSocialWork #MacroSW
Munira A @alami1_m
#macros #susocialwork ^^^^
Marlene Romo @marlenesw13
A3:The rules should not hurt anyone because there is no absolute need to have the top 1% hoarding all the money. It is evident through the documentary that the middle class is the one that keeps the economy moving not the 1%. #MacroSW
Karen Zgoda🌹 @karenzgoda
RT @JimmySW: Be sure to include #MacroSW in your tweets. Lots of really great answers to these questions. https://t.co/6fyWw8VNRU
Jessica Hernandez @jessicaahern24
A2: Inequality has always been a problem due to not everyone having access to basic needs. A lot of people struggle day by day while others have it all. #macrosw
Colbey Dawkins @ColbeyDawkins
Q3. The rules that are being set by the government seem to effect the working class. Such as taxes which usually only imapcts the working class population #MacroSW #SOW3232
Mandy Jane Jones @MandyJaneJones4
A2: it becomes a problem when a pandemic occurs and people begin to hoard food and toiletries while others have to wait till the 3rd for their food stamp card to load and wait... now there’s no food. #macrosw #sw5602
Grecia Quiroz @GreciaQuiroz18
A3. The market laws are supposed to help everyone but they tend to help large businesses owners and corporations. TAXES!! These tend to tremendously higher for lower income individuals which to me makes no sense. #MacroSW #SOW3232
UBuffalo Social Work @UBSSW
RT @alami1_m: A3. Those in power within the government making these rule are the ones to benefit. Those who provide money to those in power…
Allison @Allison50673939
@JimmySW In a ideal environment these rules should be able to benefit everybody. In reality these rules are only going to benefit those in power (A.K.A the wealthy) #macrosw
ITTIC @UBittic
A3 Notably, though, policies can also neutralize & heal when crafted through a trauma-informed lens. Giving people from all socioeconomic backgrounds voice, choice, & a seat at a collaborative policymaking table can help move us toward equity.#MacroSW https://t.co/dZkAYarinE 2/2
UBuffalo Social Work @UBSSW
RT @SocialWorkItOut: A1 - Our country has let capitalism & greed get far out of balance. Wealth inequality is greater now than before the G…
Rachel Condit @moremilkteaplz
@JimmySW A3: Sure does seem to benefit the same people that benefit from Reaganomics. Coincidentally, it also appears to hurt the people hurt by Reaganomics #macrosw https://t.co/F5bsFz426G
willgoff @willgoff4
#macrosw The democrats generally lookout for the American worker. We need to get a Democrat into the White House.
Jill Meyer @Jill_Meyer
(A4) The owners of businesses aren’t looking out for the average American worker and neither are most of the government and law enforcement. They’re all concerned with money rather than ethics. I think we’re looking out for each other because we feel empathy. #macrosw
Amari Castle @CastleAmari
RT @JimmySW: Q4: Who is looking out for the American worker? Who do you think should be & what could be done? #MacroSW https://t.co/tBvUOR7…
ßƦıı @MSWbrii
@JimmySW A4: People who have never been the american worker unfortunately #MacroSW
Chris krysztofowicz @Beardowulf
A4 (1/2) At this point, labor unions and progressive democrats look out for the American worker, but it’s not enough. Unions are heavily restricted and progressive democrats can only do so much before getting shot down by more moderate legislators. Every public servant #MacroSW
UBuffalo Social Work @UBSSW
RT @MeaganR57225061: A3: They SHOULD benefit all people. They ACTUALLY benefit the rich, in return hurting people who are living in poverty…
Jill Meyer @Jill_Meyer
RT @marlenesw13: A3:The rules should not hurt anyone because there is no absolute need to have the top 1% hoarding all the money. It is evi…
Marlene Romo @marlenesw13
@jazminwik True! and keep on working paycheck to paycheck and unable to ever have a savings account #MacroSW
Katie Slominski @SlominskiKatie
Inequality is seeing individuals risk their health/lives during COVID-19 b/c they need to make money to provide food for their family. It's watching sick patients struggle to get tested while upper 1% can test at the snap of a finger even with "limited supply" #SOW3232 #MacroSW
Viv @viviannn_1
@JimmySW A1: what’s happening today in terms of the lack of distribution of wealth is the top 1%! This leaves rest of the people struggling to survive and live paycheck to paycheck. #MacroSW
Jill Meyer @Jill_Meyer
RT @jessicaahern24: A2: Inequality has always been a problem due to not everyone having access to basic needs. A lot of people struggle day…
TTO Productions @ttoproductions
A4: Our president says he is but it does not feel truthful. #macrosw
Chris krysztofowicz @Beardowulf
A4 (2/2) ought to look out for the American worker by supporting livable wages, affordable (universal) healthcare, and their rights within organizations #MacroSW
Aaliyah Rivers @AaliyahRivers8
A4: In reality I think it’s the individuals that ARE suffering that look out for each other. I know people with little that give EVERYTHING to help someone in a similar situation. #susocialwork #MacroSW
UBuffalo Social Work @UBSSW
RT @JimmySW: Question 4 is coming up Next. #MacroSW https://t.co/M4HCK21f7F
Alexa Mediak @AlexaMediak
@Allison50673939 @JimmySW absolutely!! this will not impact those with a higher SES nearly as much #macrosw
Anne L @AnneLynnMSW
@BritneyCarbajal So true! It seems like everything only benefits the rich and the corporations. How is that government for the people if it only takes into account the interests of the few? #MacroSW
👑Adrienne Garr👑 @adriennecgarr
@JimmySW A3. Contrary to popular belief regulation is what stabilizes the market. The last thing we need is the volatility of the Amerincan19-teens! When government sets the rules for the distribution of wealth costs are share more equitable and the economy actually thrives #MacroSW
J. Plummer 🇧🇧🇺🇸 @PlummerJason
A3 If government sets the rules for how the market functions, then social workers should be involved in government office holders, staffers, expert witnesses. The rules should benefit the people #MacroSW
Karina Lopez @social_fl
A2: inequality is a problem when we have people working over 40 hours a week and not having enough money to afford their basic living expenses. #sow3232 #MacroSW
Gerry Stevens @GerryXIII
A4 (1/2): Barely anyone in power in the US is looking after workers. Ideally, labor unions would be, but there isn’t a strong labor union movement in this country. Politicians should be looking out for workers, but most are not. #macrosw
UBuffalo Social Work @UBSSW
RT @UBittic: A3 Policies can position people to be re-traumatized. States with high income inequality allocate less money to public goods (…
Angelina M Saunders @AngelinaMSaund1
@UBSSW @JimmySW present Jimmy #jimmysw #csusmsw #macrosw
UBuffalo Social Work @UBSSW
RT @UBittic: A3 Notably, though, policies can also neutralize & heal when crafted through a trauma-informed lens. Giving people from all so…
Savannah Lindsey @sav_lindsey7
RT @SlominskiKatie: Inequality is seeing individuals risk their health/lives during COVID-19 b/c they need to make money to provide food fo…
Alec Frank @AlecFrank11
"...even the richest people person sleeps with only one or two (pillows)." - Nick Hanauer #macroSW #inequalityforall
Jasmine Rapson @Jasminerapson1
RT @SlominskiKatie: Inequality is seeing individuals risk their health/lives during COVID-19 b/c they need to make money to provide food fo…
Brianna @BriannaNavin
@AnneLynnMSW @JimmySW I agree. So what can we as social workers due to not lose hope and continue fighting and advocating for our people? #MacroSW
Melmo Macdaffy @MelmoMacdaffy
RT @SocialWorkItOut: A1 - Our country has let capitalism & greed get far out of balance. Wealth inequality is greater now than before the G…
UBuffalo Social Work @UBSSW
RT @GreciaQuiroz18: A3. The market laws are supposed to help everyone but they tend to help large businesses owners and corporations. TAXE…
Dustin Miller @smileoutloud1
American workers need to look after themselves via unions and unionization. Unions can organize, fundraise, influence policy, and bargain for legitimate wages #MacroSW
Janeth Ramos @JanethR99565988
A4: I think we have to become more engaged in union work to seek advocacy for fair wages, benefits, and retirement.
Karen Zgoda🌹 @karenzgoda
RT @JimmySW: Q3: If the government sets the rules for how the market functions, who do these rules benefit or hurt? #MacroSW https://t.co/v…
Shelby Scott @shelbyscott_sw
A4: At this point, the American worker has to look out for themselves because no one else is. The people who should be looking out for the American worker are the officials that they got elected. #MacroSW
YSocialWork, Inc. @YSocialWork
So true and unfair to use the working class!! #macrosw https://t.co/m5ZnFOkCQ0
UBuffalo Social Work @UBSSW
RT @nandrew411: @social_fl This is important info to frame the discussion on income inequality. #SUSocialWork #MacroSW
SUJOE @SUJOE6
@PlummerJason A2: It becomes a problem when one has too much to every use while another has too little to live. #MacroSW #SUsocialwork
Andell Napoleon @napoleon_andell
A4: in my opinion I think no one is looking out for the American people if you are not in the 1%. Who should thoigh? Government officials....THATS WHY WE ELECT THEM INTO OFFICE. #macrosw #sow3232
BL @briluthart
@GerryXIII @UBSSW Agreed. I think a lot of the way government sets up aid and market functions tend to benefit cooperations, which further oppress the employees of that cooperation. They get all the money and get away with paying worker close to minimum wage. #macrosw
Matthew L. Schwartz, MBA, CFSW, LMSW, CASAC-T @SocialWorkDesk
A4 UNIONS. Workers' Collectives. Mutual Aid Groups! Organize. Organize. Organize! Seize the means of production! Workers of the World Unite! #MacroSW https://t.co/1Xkj4eQadg
Matt @Matt47363682
A3: If the government sets the rules for how the market functions, only those who have a strong voice, or representation sufficient for a strong voice thus benefit. Those who do not have a strong voice or sufficient representation are hurt. #CSUDHmsw501 #MacroSW
Olivia Blackman @oliviablackma10
A4: The only one to look out for the American worker is the American worker! The only ones who fully understand the needs of the American workers are American workers themselves; they should be setting the conditions for other workers.
Kelly @Kelly79942402
2a It is already a problem. When middle class income is too low for purchasing a house. #Macrosw
Karen Zgoda🌹 @karenzgoda
RT @adriennecgarr: @willgoff4 Everyone isn't playing with the same rules or advantages. The reasons why the rules benefit the wealthy is be…
UBuffalo Social Work @UBSSW
RT @JimmySW: Q4: Who is looking out for the American worker? Who do you think should be & what could be done? #MacroSW https://t.co/tBvUOR7…
Grace @graceonthecasee
RT @GreciaQuiroz18: A2: I believe inequality becomes an issue when it’s evident that people are doing their best to move forward but cannot…
Meagan Reed @MeaganR57225061
A4: Generally speaking, democrats tend to look out for the American worker. The government, regardless of party, should be looking out for them. #MacroSW
UBuffalo Social Work @UBSSW
RT @Beardowulf: A4 (1/2) At this point, labor unions and progressive democrats look out for the American worker, but it’s not enough. Union…
SK Marie @Silver_Fang797
#MacroSW Q4. I think we can't rely on our government right now to look out for the typical american worker. Maybe this is naive of me, but maybe if we looked out for reach other more often and were more united, our government might follow eventually?
Ashlyn Barber @AshlynBarber9
@JimmySW I think the government likes to believe they benefit everyone but can be blind to the fact that simply is not true, therefore calling us to be advocates for the ones that are being hurt #macrosw
James Fargnoli @FargnoliJames
A3: Congressional leaders benefit from corporations that fund their campaigns, and corporations benefit from laws that are passed that keep the corporations from paying their fair share in taxes. #macrosw #SOW3232#quid pro quo
Karen Zgoda🌹 @karenzgoda
RT @JimmySW: Q4: Who is looking out for the American worker? Who do you think should be & what could be done? #MacroSW https://t.co/tBvUOR7…
courtney breslow @CourtneyBreslow
A4 The American worker better be looking out for themselves because no one else is. #MacroSW
👑Adrienne Garr👑 @adriennecgarr
@JimmySW A3. We can take a look at the economic growth of the 40s, 50s and 60s where an entire household could be maintained by ONE income #MacroSW
Nancy Andrew @nandrew411
Also consider the influence of money on politics in this discussion. The amount of money that many candidates need to raise at even the state and local level is prohibitive. This limits diversity among our elected leaders and keeps to the status quo. #SUsocialwork #MacroSW
UBuffalo Social Work @UBSSW
RT @Beardowulf: A4 (2/2) ought to look out for the American worker by supporting livable wages, affordable (universal) healthcare, and thei…
Aaliyah Rivers @AaliyahRivers8
Who should be helping? Those who signed up to help THE PEOPLE. that’s ALL people not people deemed by society as worthy of receiving help based on standards set by the more privileged. #macrosw #susocialwork
Janeth Ramos @JanethR99565988
#MacroSw
Amy @Amy34618774
A4: No one is looking out for the American worker, but the American workers themselves #macrosw
Jessica Hernandez @jessicaahern24
A3: Benefit = the rich Hurt = the working poor It's a sad reality. #macrosw
Brittany N Smith @BrittanyNSmit13
@adriennecgarr @JimmySW Yes! Especially at a time like this when so many people are not being paid and are still forced to pay their bills without any income coming in. #MacroSW #CO_Jackson
Gerry Stevens @GerryXIII
A4:(2/2) There should be more labor unions, stronger worker protections, universal healthcare, and stronger safety nets. To go further, I think workplaces should be more democratized, less vertically hierarchical and workers should have more power in the workplace #MacroSW
ßƦıı @MSWbrii
the truth hurts!
Karen Zgoda🌹 @karenzgoda
A4: #MacroSW
Emilee Sharp @EmileeSharp6
RT @Amy34618774: A4: No one is looking out for the American worker, but the American workers themselves #macrosw
UBuffalo Social Work @UBSSW
RT @adriennecgarr: @JimmySW A3. Contrary to popular belief regulation is what stabilizes the market. The last thing we need is the volatili…
UBuffalo Social Work @UBSSW
RT @GerryXIII: A4 (1/2): Barely anyone in power in the US is looking after workers. Ideally, labor unions would be, but there isn’t a stron…
Meagan Weems @WeemsMeagan
#MacroSW #SOW3232
hannah storer @hannahnicholes
A4) I feel like those who have not been an American worker/"average worker" are looking out for them but not actually. We need to look out for ourselves, we as social workers should look out for them, as well as help in any way possible. #MacroSW #SOW3232
TomiMacaroni @HitomiFujMSW
Q4: Who is looking out for the American worker? Who do you think should be & what could be done? Big companies sure aren't, but they should be! Inequality for All tells us that big companies are for making money, not creating good jobs. #macrosw
Sheila Cortez @sheilitacortez
Q 3: We have to think of who makes up the government and that's who it will benefit if the rules of how the market functions is made up by the government. The wealthy make up the government and thats who it will benefit. It will hurt all those who aren't wealthy. #macrosw
Terry Cluse-Tolar @swkterry
A3. The market benefits the wealthy - the top 1% holding most of the investment. #MacroSW #SW5602
Jill Meyer @Jill_Meyer
A4 - Part 2. I really do think though that the average American workers look out for each other. People who've worked at a restaurant before tip well because they've been there before. Empathy plays a huge role in this #MacroSW
Anna @Anna_equality4u
Q4: We can change the way the "benefits" are set up. So get a job we need child care, to get child care vouchers we need 4 consecutive weeks of paystubs. But to pay for child care in order to collect enough pay stubs I need help paying for child care. #MacroSW #SUsocialwork
Noah Garcia @NoahGarcia2029
#MacroSW #sow3232 Unfortunately, people who are looking out for the company. The American worker should be the ones who advocate for themselves without the repercussions of being threatened with termination or being replaced by those willing to work for less and worse conditions
Emily Clonch @ClonchEmily
A3: The government rules would benefit people who are more in the upper class and hurt the ones that are in lower and sometimes middle class. But if it was a perfect society it would benefit eveyone. Unfortunately we don't have the luxury of a perfect society. #MacroSW #SOW3232
Alexa Mediak @AlexaMediak
@JimmySW A3: These rules benefit the wealthy and big business. These rules do not benefit the poor, they are in place to continue the growth of big business #macrosw
Olivia Blackman @oliviablackma10
A4: The only one to look out for the American worker is the American worker! The only ones who fully understand the needs of the American workers are American workers themselves; they should be setting the conditions for other workers. #MacroSW #sow3232
Dawn M @DawnM86450136
@JimmySW A2: Why isnt Education more affordable for all? #SUSocialWork #MacroSW
myra.m @myram42417437
A1:The top 1% is holding on to all of the money. Big companies care more about profits than their workers. They don’t pay them enough and it's hard for people to move up. I believe that the U.S needs to invest more on education so people can live better. #MacroSW
BSW Rodriquez 2 @NicolasRodriq15
A.4 The American Worker is looking out for the American worker. bills can be passed but there is always an oppressed class. People experiencing working hard and coming from that should be representing the American working class. More advocacy from experience. #MacroSW #SOW3232
Rachel Condit @moremilkteaplz
@JimmySW A4: A lot of people at least give the appearance of being for the American worker. What we need are more people in power that are fine with not being popular with their peers and not striving for mediocrity. #macrosw
Austin H. @AustinHMSW
A4: Unions were looking out for American workers but more and more states are passing laws that are taking away those protections #MacroSW #CSUSMSW
Jill Meyer @Jill_Meyer
RT @GerryXIII: A4 (1/2): Barely anyone in power in the US is looking after workers. Ideally, labor unions would be, but there isn’t a stron…
Yajaira @Yajaira__A
@MandyJaneJones4 Great response, the majority of the working middle class struggle to afford basic needs that are necessary, especially now during the pandemic.#MACROSW
Bell_Chac @BellChac
@JimmySW my mans #Bernie be fightin' for the rights of all peeps! #enoughsaid #macrosw
Ashley Marie @Ashley33mariexo
@JimmySW At this point and in this crisis, it feels like the government absolutely isn’t looking out. 90% of employees, including myself at my job have no income currently. Grocery stores...are reaching out to offers hours. That’s who I see looking out lmao 😫😩😭 #macrosw
Kish Johnson @kjohnso33552684
@JimmySW We need people who have real life experience!!! People who know what its like to struggle. People who have empathy and who can relate!!! #MacroSW
UBuffalo Social Work @UBSSW
RT @smileoutloud1: American workers need to look after themselves via unions and unionization. Unions can organize, fundraise, influence p…
Dawn M @DawnM86450136
RT @AngelicaMSW: Inequality becomes a problem in the state that we are in right now. As a society we are seeing how inequality hinders work…
Stephanie Maxfield @steph_maxfield
A4: I feel like no one is looking out the American worker besides themselves. For example, workers in unions. #macrosw #SW5602
Samantha J Wills @samanthajwills6
A3: I think the policies governments set benefit the 1% and hinder the middle and lower class. I think the policies are made with the idea of the 1% being the job creators and them relying on the “trickle down effect.” #macrosw #SOW3232
msw_merid002 @EsthelaMerida
@JimmySW A3: These rules to market function benefit those in control with more influence in the government #MacroSW
Allison Ware @AlliWare826
#macrosw is anyone COMPLETELY shocked that its already been almost 30 minutes?!
loveanisha cummings @LoveanishaC
@JimmySW @UBSSW A3: The rules hurt the poor and that are struggling to keep afloat. The rules benefit those who can benefit from them being set in the first place. Majority of the time the govt is in support of rich and upper class. #MacroSW #SW5602
UBuffalo Social Work @UBSSW
RT @napoleon_andell: A4: in my opinion I think no one is looking out for the American people if you are not in the 1%. Who should thoigh? G…
Allison @Allison50673939
#macrosw
Jimmy A. Young, PhD, MSW @JimmySW
I can't believe we are halfway through the #MacroSW chat. Awesome convo everyone. Next question is coming up. https://t.co/jkrDPfe6uE
Ashlyn Barber @AshlynBarber9
@JimmySW The American workers themselves without a ton of help from anyone else, I obviously think govt should be looking out for them and I see efforts especially in these times but want to see how the reality plays out #macrosw
Nancy Andrew @nandrew411
@adriennecgarr @willgoff4 Great point. The rules favor those who make them. Is that just human nature or can we recruit people to run for office and serve in government who are there for the common good? #SUsocialwork #MacroSW
UBuffalo Social Work @UBSSW
RT @TheMattSchwartz: A4 UNIONS. Workers' Collectives. Mutual Aid Groups! Organize. Organize. Organize! Seize the means of production! Worke…
Marlene Romo @marlenesw13
Pondering on Q3: Is it that the government needs to make better rules or should another entity be responsible for saying how the market should function for better equality? #MacroSW
Coral Glass @coralkalani
@Ashley33mariexo @JimmySW Agreed ! Unfortunately it seems like more & more people are experiencing this struggle. Working one job is simply not enough anymore.. #MacroSW
BL @briluthart
@JimmySW @UBSSW A4. Social workers of course are looking out for the American worker. I think it is crucial for social workers to be a part of politics, because most politicians live closer to the 1%. #macrosw
Viv @viviannn_1
@BriannaNavin @JimmySW PRIVILEGE! Exactly! No matter how hard people work, privilege is always going to outweigh it! #macrosw
Jill Meyer @Jill_Meyer
RT @hannahnicholes: A4) I feel like those who have not been an American worker/"average worker" are looking out for them but not actually.…
UBuffalo Social Work @UBSSW
RT @JimmySW: I can't believe we are halfway through the #MacroSW chat. Awesome convo everyone. Next question is coming up. https://t.co/jk…
Eddie 💥 @eddien__n
@JimmySW As the working class we need to put our class solidarity together and push for every job to become unionized and increase our wages! American workers should be taken care of by their government but under capitalism workers are seen as productivity stats insteadof humans. #macrosw
Angelica Carrasco @AngelicaMSW
@marlenesw13 Agree! the working class is the one keeping the economy moving ! #macrosw
Jill Meyer @Jill_Meyer
RT @BellChac: @JimmySW my mans #Bernie be fightin' for the rights of all peeps! #enoughsaid #macrosw
👑Adrienne Garr👑 @adriennecgarr
@JimmySW A4. The American worker is looking out for themselves by utilizing the gig economy, working from home, couponing, whatever the worker needs to do to survive. Companies still buy labor at the lowest rate they can get. Which is why minimum wage earnings isn't enough to #MacroSW
Allison @Allison50673939
RT @JimmySW: I can't believe we are halfway through the #MacroSW chat. Awesome convo everyone. Next question is coming up. https://t.co/jk…
JazminMSW @jazminwik
Q4: The American worker is looking out for himself/herself. Big companies should increase wages, they need to ACTUALLY create more jobs. #MacroSW
UBuffalo Social Work @UBSSW
RT @MeaganR57225061: A4: Generally speaking, democrats tend to look out for the American worker. The government, regardless of party, shoul…
Nastaran Demehri @Demehri
@JimmySW #macrosw Q 4: I believe us people look out for each other. We as a community have to stand up for each other and look out for one another since no one else will.
Jill Meyer @Jill_Meyer
RT @kjohnso33552684: @JimmySW We need people who have real life experience!!! People who know what its like to struggle. People who have em…
Karina Lopez @social_fl
A3: if the governmentsets the rules for how the market functions these rules should always benefit the working and middle class. The government tends to focus on giving benefits to cooperations in hopes it will trickle down to the workers #sow3232 #MacroSW
gretchen @gretche59199000
@JimmySW A4. At the this time, I don’t believe anyone is really looking out for the “American Worker.” There needs to be more advocating by everyone. #SW5602 #MacroSW
Caroline Briones, BSW @CBrionesSW
RT @kjohnso33552684: @JimmySW We need people who have real life experience!!! People who know what its like to struggle. People who have em…
ITTIC @UBittic
A4 Trauma-informed (TI) policies address trauma’s sociopolitical & economic roots as well as its disproportional impacts on vulnerable populations. TI workforce programs mobilize strengths to bolster earning potential & access to opportunity. #MacroSW https://t.co/onW2TMf9op
Colbey Dawkins @ColbeyDawkins
A4 NO ONE!!!! Our officials should be taking care of us, being that we are the people that put our trust in them to make changes for our society when we elected them. #MacroSW #SOW3232
UBuffalo Social Work @UBSSW
RT @GerryXIII: A4:(2/2) There should be more labor unions, stronger worker protections, universal healthcare, and stronger safety nets. To…
TomiMacaroni @HitomiFujMSW
People in office *ahem* *cough, cough* should also be looking out for the American worker!!!!! But we all know how that ish goes :) #macrosw
👑Adrienne Garr👑 @adriennecgarr
@JimmySW to maintain a household or pay rent in some cases #MacroSW
Keely Flaherty @keelyf427
Q4: Right now, it seems like workers are mainly looking out for other workers. Ideally, Employers, local/federal govt, and policy makers should have their best interests in mind. #MacroSW
Grecia Quiroz @GreciaQuiroz18
A4: Now this one is a steamy question. I am truly not sure who is looking out for the American Workers. At the end of the day, it seems it is the people themselves pushing for change.Also state and local leadership, less national. #MacroSW #SOW3232
James Fargnoli @FargnoliJames
A4: #Nobody #macrosw #SOW3232
Marlene Romo @marlenesw13
A:4 The American worker has been left to figure things out themselves. The government should do its part in creating a market that looks out for the American workers and not looking out to line the pockets of owners of huge corporations. #MacroSW
Jimmy A. Young, PhD, MSW @JimmySW
Q5: After watching the film, do you agree/disagree with the idea of equal opportunity and the American Dream? #MacroSW https://t.co/Adi0RNWHlU
Brittany Trader @TraderBrittany
@JimmySW I feel as if no one is truly looking out for American workers, the individuals who should be looking out for them is the American workers and individuals who truly understand the needs of the individuals. #macrosw #SUsocialwork
SM4SW 📱 @sm4sw
RT @JimmySW: Q5: After watching the film, do you agree/disagree with the idea of equal opportunity and the American Dream? #MacroSW https:/…
Mayra Carranza @MayraCa64184732
@AustinHMSW I agree Austin, even just on the payroll taxes, most people get their income taxes taken out but the super rich not so much. The government rules always benefit the rich. #Macrosw
Madison Wozniak @MadisonWozniak1
A4. We need to look out for each other. By doing this maybe, just maybe, everyone else will start watching out as well #sow3232 #macrosw https://t.co/0iPsfk6Fzf
Kamille @KamilleMoore123
A5 I disagree with the American Dream because it is not a real thing anymore #MacroSW
Margaret Hogan @mkhogan0
A4: The American worker is the only person watching out for the American worker. Individuals pretend to care but if they've never been in working shoes they'll never understand how to watch out. #MacroSW #SOW3232
Dawn M @DawnM86450136
Exactly!! Only when it’s a reality!! #SUSocialWork #MacroSW
Brian Romero @BrianRny
I don’t think we look after migrant workers* We’re seeing many migrants impacted by #COVID19 because they have no access or inadequate access to healthcare and work in the most unsafe conditions. #MacroSW
Karen Zgoda🌹 @karenzgoda
RT @MadisonWozniak1: A4. We need to look out for each other. By doing this maybe, just maybe, everyone else will start watching out as well…
👑Adrienne Garr👑 @adriennecgarr
@JimmySW HALFWAY !! #MacroSW https://t.co/uMhJMk9TmZ
Jill Meyer @Jill_Meyer
RT @keelyf427: Q4: Right now, it seems like workers are mainly looking out for other workers. Ideally, Employers, local/federal govt, and p…
YSocialWork, Inc. @YSocialWork
And also empower them to move forward! #macrosw
Megan @Megan54651301
@JimmySW #MacroSW A2: Unfortunately, for most, it becomes a problem when it impacts their life personally; however, it is a major problem when it is baked into our policy and culture in a way that the non-effected parties are blind to it.
JazminMSW @jazminwik
@Demehri @JimmySW #MacroSW
Nancy Andrew @nandrew411
@heathermari33 Agree! As Americans we the love "pull yourself up by your bootstraps" stories. Sure hardwork helps some people get ahead but it's not THE answer. #SUsocialwork #MacroSW
UBuffalo Social Work @UBSSW
RT @Jill_Meyer: (A4) The owners of businesses aren’t looking out for the average American worker and neither are most of the government and…
UBuffalo Social Work @UBSSW
RT @Jill_Meyer: A4 - Part 2. I really do think though that the average American workers look out for each other. People who've worked at a…
Eddie 💥 @eddien__n
@SwHitomi #Bernie2020 !!!!!!!! #macrosw
Karen Zgoda🌹 @karenzgoda
RT @UBittic: A4 Trauma-informed (TI) policies address trauma’s sociopolitical & economic roots as well as its disproportional impacts on vu…
Grecia Quiroz @GreciaQuiroz18
RT @Brianr8278: I don’t think we look after migrant workers* We’re seeing many migrants impacted by #COVID19 because they have no access or…
Jill Meyer @Jill_Meyer
(A5) The American dream is a fantasy that has been perpetuated by the media and propaganda over decades. The playing field is not level because many are born with disadvantages (e.g. poverty). There aren’t equal opportunities. #macrosw
BL @briluthart
@TheMattSchwartz @UBSSW A4. I agree. Unions are strong forces that should be a lot more common! They fight for the worker, and they provide better benefits, pay, rights, PTO, etc. #macrosw
Rachel Taylor @RTaylorsw
A4. American workers are the only ones looking out for American workers. Advocating for affordable health care and living for working class is what needs to be done. #MacroSW
Mandy Jane Jones @MandyJaneJones4
A3. Until we have a government for the people and not for Wall Street all people will hurt because when one of us hurts we all hurt. #macrosw #sw5602
Mikayla Miller @Mikayla53977910
In my personal opinion there is no one looking out for the American worker, the government and companies are not giving workers opportunities to quarantine and they are not making extra provisions in keeping their workers safe. There is a lack of PPE and compenstaion #macrosw
Caroline Briones, BSW @CBrionesSW
RT @mkhogan0: A4: The American worker is the only person watching out for the American worker. Individuals pretend to care but if they've n…
Andell Napoleon @napoleon_andell
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Ashley Marie @Ashley33mariexo
@KristenStark14 @JimmySW *opens Bank of America app...I see no check .... 🤔 #macrosw https://t.co/oE3WRZVZQg
Katie Slominski @SlominskiKatie
A4: Individuals are looking out for themselves and those around them. As social workers, we have the ability to look out for the American worker and advocate for what they are deserving of. We can communicate the needs for groups at large. #MacroSW #SOW3232
Nicole Williams @NicoleW00305070
@JimmySW The government have set rules for how the market functions and so far, all it has done is hurt. #macrosw
Chris krysztofowicz @Beardowulf
A5 (1/2) I disagree with the idea of equal opportunity and the American Dream. The American Dream is dead, and perhaps never even existed. Everyone doesn’t have the same opportunity as those who come from well off backgrounds and/or who have other privileges #MacroSW
Brianna @BriannaNavin
@JimmySW A4: I believe every individual is essentially the ones looking out for themselves. "Every man for himself" mentality as their own form of American workers. I think what should be done is a social worker needs to become president, yeah? #MacroSW
J. Plummer 🇧🇧🇺🇸 @PlummerJason
A4 😓apparently the wolves are looking out for them cause the American worker being prey upon. Hopefully, @ewarren, @AOC , @JulianCastro and @BernieSanders are able to get their way and restructure the economy #MacroSW
Jimmy A. Young, PhD, MSW @JimmySW
RT @Brianr8278: I don’t think we look after migrant workers* We’re seeing many migrants impacted by #COVID19 because they have no access or…
UBuffalo Social Work @UBSSW
RT @briluthart: @JimmySW @UBSSW A4. Social workers of course are looking out for the American worker. I think it is crucial for social work…
TomiMacaroni @HitomiFujMSW
I couldn’t agree more❤️ #macrosw #FeelTheBern2020
Grace @graceonthecasee
RT @mkhogan0: A4: The American worker is the only person watching out for the American worker. Individuals pretend to care but if they've n…
Chris krysztofowicz @Beardowulf
A5 (2/2) The American Dream can’t be realized until all the white picket fences are painted red #MacroSW
sydney swinker @SSwinker
A4: There are few people who are looking out for the American worker. Our working class relies on social service agencies to help make ends meet in many ways #macrosw #SOW3232
willgoff @willgoff4
#macrosw I believe in both ideals, but they are unrealistic in the current socio-economic situation. The basic idea is that if one puts in effort one will be able to get ahead and make one’s life better But currently in the U.S these ideals are not possible for many Americans.
Olivia Blackman @oliviablackma10
A4 (Continued): This can help resolve so many social issues going on in the country. Listening to individuals and the affected population of that specific issue is the way towards a better democracy! #macrosw #sow3232
Anne L @AnneLynnMSW
@JimmySW A4: The government should be looking out for the American worker, but surprise, surprise, it doesn’t a lot of the time. Labor unions need to make a comeback so American workers have more of a collective voice #MacroSW
UBuffalo Social Work @UBSSW
RT @UBittic: A4 Trauma-informed (TI) policies address trauma’s sociopolitical & economic roots as well as its disproportional impacts on vu…
Munira A @alami1_m
A4. The corporate employee who has not even worked their way up in their newly owned business. Let’s not forget some CEO can come in not knowing anyone about the company! I think someone who has gone up every step of the the latter should looking out for their workers.
Margaret Hogan @mkhogan0
RT @SlominskiKatie: A4: Individuals are looking out for themselves and those around them. As social workers, we have the ability to look ou…
UBuffalo Social Work @UBSSW
RT @JimmySW: Q5: After watching the film, do you agree/disagree with the idea of equal opportunity and the American Dream? #MacroSW https:/…
Alana Lewis @AlanaLewis18
@eddien__n @JimmySW Right. I think the only people looking out for the American worker is other workers. #intersectionality #macrosw
Caroline Briones, BSW @CBrionesSW
RT @SlominskiKatie: A4: Individuals are looking out for themselves and those around them. As social workers, we have the ability to look ou…
Kamille @KamilleMoore123
Agreed, the government needs to do better for the people #MacroSW
Chris @TheChristopian
@JimmySW #macrosw A2. Inequality is an ever present ongoing problem. It's never not a problem and is often interlinked with other social inequalities. Generational wealth for example doesn't recycle the inequality it passes the torch along.
Nancy Andrew @nandrew411
So what I can I do to flip income inequality on its head? #MacroSW #SUsocialwork
UBuffalo Social Work @UBSSW
RT @KamilleMoore123: A5 I disagree with the American Dream because it is not a real thing anymore #MacroSW
Alec Frank @AlecFrank11
not sure what full EQUALITY would look like. a socialist economy?? idk. thoughts?? my question is what would full EQUITY look like? where everyone gets what they need/deserve? #macroSW
Karen Zgoda🌹 @karenzgoda
A4: My union @SEIU509 looks out for me! #MacroSW https://t.co/vMvLC4ZI60
Molly Warner @molly_a_warner
A4: Especially rn, workers are looking out for each other- It's the grocers, delivery workers, drs and nurses keeping us alive #MacroSW
Jimmy A. Young, PhD, MSW @JimmySW
Absolutely!!! #MacroSW
Alexa Mediak @AlexaMediak
@JimmySW A4. I haven't felt like much has been done to look out for the American worker more recently. I do feel like the government has been doing a better job as of now due to COVID 19 unemployment. #macrosw
Munira A @alami1_m
#SUsocialwork #macrosw ^^^
UBuffalo Social Work @UBSSW
RT @Brianr8278: I don’t think we look after migrant workers* We’re seeing many migrants impacted by #COVID19 because they have no access or…
Matthew L. Schwartz, MBA, CFSW, LMSW, CASAC-T @SocialWorkDesk
A5 Didn't get to watch the film; that said, we have never been a land of equal opportunity: that's been a lie used to hold others down. The American Dream is a myth. We however can fight to make it a reality #MacroSW #SiSePuede
Eddie 💥 @eddien__n
RT @SwHitomi: I couldn’t agree more❤️ #macrosw #FeelTheBern2020 https://t.co/HJhhlsN0Ie
Amanda @aSWdean
A5: I agree with the premise of the "American Dream"... but do I think its happening in America?? Absolutely not. Therefore America needs to stop promoting an ideal that is not accessible to all! #MacroSW
Angelina M Saunders @AngelinaMSaund1
@JimmySW Q3 The top 1% become those that benefit. The country is divided and with that division is the complete demolition of the middle class. Where do we go from here?? #MacroSW #CSUSMSW #JimmySW
Jill Meyer @Jill_Meyer
RT @Beardowulf: A5 (1/2) I disagree with the idea of equal opportunity and the American Dream. The American Dream is dead, and perhaps neve…
UBuffalo Social Work @UBSSW
RT @adriennecgarr: @JimmySW HALFWAY !! #MacroSW https://t.co/uMhJMk9TmZ
myra.m @myram42417437
A2: As we can see inequality is a problem right now because so many people are living paycheck to paycheck. People are trying their hardest to get out of a rut but it is impossible to get out if there is no support. #MacroSW
Keely Flaherty @keelyf427
@aSWdean Definitely not the 99%. #macrosw
Dawn M @DawnM86450136
A3: the benefits should be for all but unfortunately it has just been for the rich! #SUSocialWork #MacroSW
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