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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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Who is in session? A person presenting in pain She doesn’t know what to do Feeling like she’s going insane Who is in session? Confused, fed up, and just downright tired Amazed at how things get worse Needing help, desired to be inspired. Who is in session? Doubting that she’ll

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Education

  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 Dr. Ray After receiving four of my five college degrees from a predominately White college institution, I realized that my Black friends and I had to create an “African- centered College Survival Guide” in order to maintain our rich cultural identity. White colleges are not designed to empower Black

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Education

By: Queen Travers Meet Christin Montgomery. Christin is a 29 year old wife and mother, studying history at the University of Colorado, Denver. After receiving her degree, Christin is looking to further her education and receive an advanced degree in library and information sciences so that she can be an archivist

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Education

By: Dr. Ray Black children are having mental, spiritual, and emotional genocide committed amongst them within the United States education system. For over 50 years, there has been an abundance of research that critically examines the continuous evolution of Black children being overrepresented within special education programs for mild disabilities

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