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A 2020 Vision: See Life’s Purposes and Goals Clearer by Connecting...

Last year was a difficult one for this country. From mass shootings, fires, homelessness, and being publicly attacked by POTUS himself, this was a...

‘Black to School’ Affirmation Gives Black Students a Tool for Coping...

Autumn represents the time when the process of formalized knowledge acquisition resumes. Put simply, it is time to go “back to school”. Educational research...

Self-Love: The Greatest Love of All

February is a powerful month in the African-American psyche. It is Black History Month, and it includes Valentine’s Day. This is a time when...

Black Leadership in the Dark Hour:  Representing the True Interest of...

SerieMcDougal, III, Ph.D. is a member of  The Association of Black  Psychologists, Bay Area Chapter  and Professor, of Africana Studies Dept. at SFSU “The dark hour is...

Association of Black Psychologist Celebrate 50 Years 

Left to right: Min. Keith Mohammed, Muhammad Mosque Number 26; Dr Patricia Nunley; Rev Dr William Coleman - Restoring the Way of the Ancestors:...

At the Crossroads: Where is the Healing  from Terrorism and Trauma...

By Tony (Heru)  Jackson, Ph.D. | Bay Area Chapter of the ABPsiAs we approach the Association of Black Psychologists’ 50th anniversary, we are called to...

Founding of the ABPsi & Black Mental health: From Impulse to...

By Wade W. Nobles, Ph.D Co-Founder The ABPsi, Professor Emeritus SFSUAs many of you know, 50 years ago, a small group of professional Black psychologists and...

Black Psychologists’ Position on the Enslavement of African People in Libya

By Huberta Jackson-Lowman, Ph.D. & Wade W. Nobles, Ph.DThe ongoing practice of the enslavement and trafficking of Black African migrants in Libya is a...
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