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Racial Healing

Racial Healing

As an approach to improving community health, the Southern Jamaica Plain Health Center brought together 16 youth, half of whom identify as white and half of whom identify as people of color, to participate in a year-long racial healing and reconciliation process. Please take 15 mins to watch this video and allow yourself to have, and even express, the feelings that come up. That is their charge to us. Racial healing is the work required for and by each of us so we can live into our full humanity.

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Interview of Lynne Cohen about the Australia Community Psychology Experience

Interview of Lynne Cohen about the Australia Community Psychology Experience

This audio interview of Lynne Cohen provides some additional background information about the context, lessons learned, and what it meant to be involved in advocating for community psychology as an endorsement in Australian Psychology.

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Interview of Ken Robinson about the Australian Community Psychology lobbying experience

Interview of Ken Robinson about the Australian Community Psychology lobbying experience

This audio interview of Ken Robinson provides some additional background information about the context, lessons learned, and what it meant to be involved in advocating for community psychology as an endorsement in Australian Psychology.

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Interview of Heather Gridley about the Australian Community Psychology lobbying experience

Interview of Heather Gridley about the Australian Community Psychology lobbying experience

This audio interview of Heather Gridley provides some additional background information about the context, lessons learned, and what it meant to be involved in advocating for community psychology as an endorsement in Australian Psychology.

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Audio Interviews of the Australia Community Psychology Team

Audio Interviews of the Australia Community Psychology Team

These audio interviews of Lynne Cohen, Ken Robinson and Heather Gridley provide some additional background information about the context, lessons learned, and what it meant to be involved in advocating for community psychology as an endorsement in Australian Psychology.

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