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Education

I read a recent study in the latest issue of The Journal of Black Psychology, Vol. 43, No. 4, which discussed “Stressful Life Circumstances, Resources for Support, and African American Children’s Psychological Symptoms”. As a member of the Black Association of Black Psychologists, I am able to read very impressive

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Education

When your past catches up with you, what does it look like? Exactly what am I referring to? It’s about past mistakes, negative experiences, such as traumatic ones. Or even those experiences that were not your fault, but somehow you were involved. I speculate that this topic could influence a

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When I first decided to embark on this journey I had some uncertainties simply because it was my first time out of the United States, but now that I’m here I am so glad that I decided to take this opportunity. You know the media portrays this image of China

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With all of the hype surrounding Jordan Peele’s recently released film “Get Out”, I find it pertinent to tackle the topic of interracial relationships. A lot of folks in the ‘conscious community’ shy away from this issue because it strikes such a personal chord in their lives. I would never

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Unapologetic is the most recent word used to describe a both powerful and conscious black person who is not afraid to give his or her opinion. Such opinions may include: America’s white supremacist mindset and/or consistent trail of systematic oppression, racism, colorism, sexism, misogyny, or any other controversial topic that

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  As an African American Counseling Psychologist, I have worked with a lot of African Americans over the years. I have noticed that many of our people have suffered in many areas of our lives. It behooves me to reflect on this, as I write this article, and to comment

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Education

BY: Alike Zesiro Chandler, M.Ed., MACLP Educator & Clinical Therapist Closing the achievement gap in American public schools has been an arduous task for education stakeholders for decades. By definition, the “achievement gap” is an observable and persistent disparity of educational measures between groups of students who are defined by their

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By: Skyler Rowe As we wrap up the spring semester, turn in our final assignments, try on our caps and gowns and send in our job applications, let us take the time to reflect over this semester and the last 4 years of our college experience. For some, you’re the

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Education

By: Alike Zesiro Chandler M.A. Multicultural Education, M.A. Clinical Psychology, Connecting Mental Health & Education/CalVCP,Pre-license Therapist, Educator (Performing Arts/Journalism), CAMFT, Assoc. of Black Psychologist   The field of Psychology has grown exponentially within the past decade. When we think of some of the pioneering theorists, we think of Sigmund Freud

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Education

By: Dr. Ray   As a Black student who will never stop fighting for the liberation of my peoples, I continue to fight against the evil force of racism, which is the norm at predominately White college campuses across the United States. Anytime that I enter any area of my

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