Clinical Assistant Professor, School of Social Work
- BA, Legal Studies & Philosophy, University of Massachusetts
MSW, Simmons College
MTS, Theological Studies, Harvard University
PhD, Social Work, Simmons College
Dr. Phillipe Copeland is an Abolitionist and a clinical assistant professor at BU School of Social Work. His personal mission is achieving a world without racism. He pursues this mission through teaching, scholarship and service focused on antiracism. This includes the Black Lives Matter Movement (BLM), health justice, reimagining public safety, and the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning. Dr. Copeland is assistant director of narrative for the Boston University Center for Antiracist Research, with a focus on training and education.