"The victim who is able to articulate the situation of the victim has ceased to be a victim: he or she has become a threat."
Do Black Lives Matter to Community Psychology?
Book Review #1: iVenceremos?
Black Lives Matter Meditation
What is Science?
Article Summary #5: Black Youths' Academic Success: The Contribution of Racial Socialization from Parents, Peers, and Schools
Article Summary #4: African American Mothers' Socialization Beliefs and Goals with Young Children: Themes of History, Education, and Collective Independence
Article Summary #3: Race Socialization Messages Across Historical Time
Article Summary #2: Microaggressions and Psychological Functioning Among High Achieving African Americans: A Mixed-Methods Approach
Article Summary #1: Critical Race Theory, Racial Microaggressions, and Campus Racial Climate: The Experiences of African American College Students