Spring 2015 Front Page

Written by Psych Discourse
 
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The Association of Black Psychologists presents at the 50th Commemoration of the Selma to Montgomery March and the 2015 Bridge Crossing Jubilee

On Friday, March 6, 2015, The Association of Black Psychologists (ABPsi) along with our partners Community Healing Network (CHN) presented at the 2015 Bridge Crossing Jubilee in Selma, Alabama. Our session, from 9:00 AM to 12:30 PM, was held at the Selma Performing Arts Center.   Our workshop was...

Rachel Bayard- Cooks PD Article

Connecting the Healers

Abstract By Rachel Bayard- Cooks, PsyD1 Institute for the Advanced Study of Black Family Life & Culture, Inc. This author was primarily trained in Western psychology and prefers to be called an ‘Ubuntu healer’. It is the ubuntu philosophy that guides this healer to connect. According to Washington...

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The Transformative Power of Garveyism Open Letter To All Incarcerated People of African Descent

The philosophy and program of the Most Honorable Marcus   Mosiah   Garvey and the Universal Negro Improvement Association (UNIA) is the best  solution to redeem the millions of disaffected members of our beloved race,  languishing  in prisons all around the globe. Understanding the fundamental social,...

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What They are Saying and What We Know: Dynamics, Dissonance and Duress of the Sexual Situation Surrounding Bill Cosby

At a critical time within Black history within the U.S. we are faced with an extreme situation that causes must consternation within the Black community and beyond. The sexual allegations against Bill Cosby, Ed.D. are most troubling on so many levels. We have a person who many say is “America’s...


General Articles

ABPsi Awards Reverend Graylan S. Hager with Distinguished Humanitarianism Award


Standing on the shoulders of Giants: A Tribute to Dr. Ben