Fall 2013 Front Page


President’s Message: By Taasogle Daryl Rowe, Ph.D.

A Way Forward: Building a Future from a 45-year Past Excerpts from the Paninsie Address By Taasogle Daryl Rowe, Ph.D. President, The Association of Black Psychologists The aim for my two-year term is to inspire ABPsi members to stand up boldly, come forward and claim our personal and collective responsibilities to further the mission of The Association. I’m looking for members to serve and lead our beloved Association. I’m asking for your time, I’m asking for your talents, I’m asking for your resources. I’m asking you to come to work for our children’s children. I’m asking for your...


State of Affairs of the Journal of Black Psychology

  State of Affairs of the Journal of Black Psychology: The Impact Factor and Implications for African-Centered Psychology By Kevin Cokley, Ph.D. Editor-in-Chief, The Journal of Black Psychology Professor of Counseling Psychology and African and African Diaspora Studies University of Texas at Austin   Greetings ABPsi family, I hope that everyone has recuperated from our Annual Convention in New Orleans. It was good to catch up with friends and to see the continued growth and progress of the ABPsi. As we continue to move forward, I would like to share my thoughts on the state of affairs of the...

Hurricane Katrina Revisited

Hurricane Katrina Revisited: An HBCU’s Harambee Response to a Natural Disaster Catrice L. Tolbert and Reginald Rackley Southern University and A & M College, Department of Psychology Introduction This article focuses on how a historically Black college and university responded to the devastation of a natural disaster. It is hopeful that others who may one day experience this traumatic event have a semi-guide to responding from a university perspective. Historically Black colleges and universities are rich with African culture, traditions, and showing Harambee. In Swahili, Harambee means...

Psych Discourse Fall 2013 Cover

PD Job Listing

Issue Articles V47-2 Fall 2013


ABPsi responds to current events

The Association of Black Psychologists’ Response to the George Zimmerman Verdict On July 13, 2013, a...


Using Social Networks to Combat the Obesity Epidemic

Using Social Networks to Combat the Obesity Epidemic By Ericka Jenifer, Ph.D. General Assembly...

Journal of Black Psychology

Governance V47-2

Walk-On Executive Management

Harambee V47-2