Spring 2014 Front Page

Huberta Jackson-Lowman and Olaitan Osagbemileke

HBCUs: A Crucial Conversation in the Age of Sankofa

By Huberta Jackson-Lowman & Olaitan Osagbemileke HBCUs (Historically Black Colleges and Universities) are besieged; they are engaged in a battle for their survival. Their relevance is being challenged by Whites and Blacks. Their existence is threatened by internal dynamics and external pressures. In...

Psych Discourse - Daryl Rowe

Celebrating Our History, Transforming Our Present, and Taking Control of Our Destiny*

Taasogle Daryl Rowe, Ph.D., President, ABPsi For nearly 400 years, we have been fed toxic lies about our history, worth, and value as people of African ancestry. Lies about our looks, intellect, spirituality, culture, morals, and humanity. These lies are all rooted in one big lie: the lie of Black...

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The Transition that Advances the LCPP Greatness

By Kevin Mwata Washington, Ph.D. ABPsi President Elect Valencia College Orlando ,FL The dynamism of human functioning suggests that we move, change and grow. These were the words that I used to open a communication that would appear  in  a  late  Fall  2012  edition of the Psych Discourse (PD)...

 

 

Issue Articles - Spring 2014 V48-1

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Obituary Dr. Richard D. King: The Passing of a...

Richard D. King, M.D. made his transition in December 2013 in LA, CA. Dr. King was a major architect and contributor to the resurrection of the mind of African people worldwide....

Psych Discoure 2014-Alison_Munsch

Marketing to the Multicultural Consumer

By Alison Munsch, Saybrook University, San Francisco, California   This project examined marketing  strategies  from  the point of view of a “multicultural” consumer. The study relied...

Psych Discourse 2014 - Tiffany-Stewart

Racial Incident Based Trauma as Suicide Risk...

Tiffany A. Stewart, Midwestern State University, Wichita Falls, Texas   Despite an ostensible increase in suicide among African American men, little effort has been made to...