After that comes 6.04, Social and Political Action, which takes much longer to spell out. The bold is ours, there to assist your speed-reading needs:
(a) Social workers should engage in social and political action that seeks to ensure that all people have equal access to the resources, employment, services, and opportunities they require to meet their basic human needs and to develop fully. Social workers should be aware of the impact of the political arena on practice and should advocate for changes in policy and legislation to improve social conditions in order to meet basic human needs and promote social justice.
(b) Social workers should act to expand choice and opportunity for all persons, with special regard for vulnerable, disadvantaged, oppressed, and exploited persons and groups.
(c) Social workers should promote conditions that encourage respect for cultural and social diversity within the United States and globally. Social workers should promote policies and practices that demonstrate respect for difference, support the expansion of cultural knowledge and resources, advocate for programs and institutions that demonstrate cultural competence, and promote policies that safeguard the rights of and confirm equity and social justice for all people.
(d) Social workers should act to prevent and eliminate domination of, exploitation of, and discrimination against any person, group, or class on the basis of race, ethnicity, national origin, color, sex, sexual orientation, age, marital status, political belief, religion, or mental or physical disability.
The last one is not only the most bolded, it's also the one that's most likely to show up on the social work licensing exam. A question might look something like this (but less sketched out): A new/old policy is proposed where a social worker is employed...limits services to disadvantaged clients...won't affect social worker's clients...and the social worker is on probation at work for an unrelated issue. How should the social worker proceed? ABCD looks like: Do nothing; Advocate for an improved policy, at the risk of losing job; Encourage other staff to advocate, but take a backseat; Consult an attorney. Answer is advocate! Take social and political action! Risk losing the job. Social workers should not stand idly by in the face of discrimination. Social workers aiming to pass the licensing exam should not stand idly by when faced with a question that calls for macro action. Good luck with both!