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Discussion – Social Worker’s Perspective Walters, K. L., Mohammed, S. A., Evans-Campbell, T., Beltrán, R. E., Chae, D. H., & Duran, B. (2011). Bodies don’t just tell stories they tell history. Du Bois Review: Social Science Research on Race, 8(1), 179–189. Link revised 06/03/21 https://www.cambridge.org/core/journals/du-bois-review-social-science-research-on-race/article/bodies-dont-just-tell-stories-they-tell-histories/15AFAA38654D44DFDDA13312F98309C8/share/03e4b09c89d11726bae264f4c4fcc0ab7667d229Links to an external site. ?After reading the article Bodies don’t just tell stories they tell history, discuss how Dr. Walters’ perspective is consistent with a trauma-informed social work perspective. Add an in-text citation and the reference. ——————— ***Separate Page*** Discussion – Interpretation What is intergenerational trauma—and how do you heal from it? @ReadLocalLove. (2020, December 23). Locallove. https://locallove.ca/issues/what-is-intergenerational-trauma-and-how-do-you-heal-from-it/#.YJlfNpBKguULinks to an external site. Examine the pictures on website ‘What is intergenerational trauma – and how do you heal from it’, and interpret how at least one of the pictures on the page describes intergenerational trauma. This is a personal interpretation and there are no wrong answers but your answers must be substantial and you must explain why you are interpreting the picture in that way. Add an in-text citation and the reference.