The making of a black psychologist: A personal perspective
September 15, 2013
As I look back on my life, growing up as a little black boy in the 1950s, in the sweltering heat of the segregated state of Alabama, many things are vivid in my memory.
Because of all the injustices I’ve experienced, my psyche has been negatively affected. Many black people who have gone through similar traumatic events have never fully recovered.
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