Post Traumatic Slave Syndrome

Author : Joy DeGruy
ISBN : 0985217200
Genre : African Americans
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Category: African Americans

Post Traumatic Slave Syndrome

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ISBN : 1615391088
Genre : African Americans
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This study guide accompanies the author's Post traumatic slave syndrome: America's legacy of enduring injury and healing. The guide includes summaries of the book's chapters; charts, reflection and discussion questions, and a glossary; and tools for transforming negative behaviors in positive behaviors.
Category: African Americans

Neger Neger Schornsteinfeger

Author : Hans J. Massaquoi
ISBN : 9783104002996
Genre : History
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***Spannend wie ein Abenteuerroman*** Als Sohn einer weißen Mutter und eines schwarzen Vaters wächst Hans-Jürgen Massaquoi in großbürgerlichen Verhältnissen in Hamburg auf. Doch eines Tages verlässt der Vater das Land. Hans-Jürgen und seine Mutter bleiben zurück und ziehen in ein Arbeiterviertel. Als die Nazis die Macht übernehmen, verändert sich ihr Leben grundlegend ... Hans J. Massaquoi beschreibt in seiner außergewöhnlichen Autobiographie seine Kindheit und Jugend zwischen 1926 und 1948 als einer der wenigen schwarzen Deutschen in diesem Land.
Category: History

Gebrandmarkt

Author : Ibram X. Kendi
ISBN : 9783406712319
Genre : History
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Wenn Sie Amerikaner sind und schwarz, dann ist ihre Chance, von der Polizei erschossen zu werden, höher als wenn sie weiß sind. 21-mal höher. Obwohl die USA sich rühmen, ein post-rassistisches Land zu sein und sogar einen farbigen Präsidenten gewählt haben, sitzt der Rassismus tief. Dieses zornige Buch ist die Geschichte einer nationalen Schande – so intensiv, dass es weh tut. In einer rasanten Tour de Force erzählt der junge amerikanische Historiker Ibram X. Kendi die wahre Geschichte des Rassismus in Amerika – von den Puritanern bis zu Black Lives Matter. Er zeigt, dass der Rassismus nicht nur aus den trüben Quellen von Ignoranz und Hass aufsteigt, sondern von Anfang an dazu diente, Diskriminierung zu rechtfertigen und plausibel zu machen. Sein Buch führt uns durch eine erschreckende Geschichte voller Gewalt, Dummheit und Arroganz. Die Vorstellung, dass Schwarze minderwertig sind und selber schuld an ihrer schlechten Lage, hat sich so tief in die kulturelle DNA der Vereinigten Staaten eingeschrieben, dass der Rassismus bis heute allgegenwärtig ist – das ist die bittere Bilanz dieses brillanten Buches.
Category: History

From Etc An Amazing Conversation Between The Descendant Of Slave Owner And Slave A Chance At Healing And Reconciliation

Author : Christopher Desloge
ISBN : 9781105969270
Genre : Slaveholders
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The book contains the correspondence between Christopher Desloge, whose ancestors in early Missouri had been slaveholders, and Theresa Delsoin, whose ancestor Malindy Wilson was a slave in Franklin County Missouri. Delsoin and her sister, Mildred Johnson, coauthored the 2005 book "Malindy's freedom" about their ancestor. The "etc." of the title refers to the use of that word in wills at the end of property lists that included slaves along with other household items. The year-long correspondence lasted from Oct. 2009-Sept. 2010.
Category: Slaveholders

The Vanishing Black African Woman Volume One

Author : Olumide, Yetunde Mercy
ISBN : 9789956763566
Genre : Social Science
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Skin-lightening is currently one of the most common forms of potentially harmful body modification practices in the world and African women are among some of the most widely represented users of skin-lightening products. The overall objective of this book is to provide up-to-date evidence-based recommendations for reducing the global burden of cosmetic skin bleaching and preventing injuries related to skin bleaching in sub-Saharan Africa and Africans in diaspora. The book aims to: offer an appraisal of all relevant literature on cosmetic bleaching practices to-date, focusing on any key developments; identify and address important medical, public health issues as well as historical, genetic, psychosocial, cultural, behavioural, socioeconomic, political, institutional and environmental determinants; provide guideline recommendations that would help attenuate the burden and possibly eliminate the injuries related to skin bleaching; discuss potential developments and future directions.
Category: Social Science

Sociology Of Diagnosis

Author : P. J. McGann
ISBN : 9780857245755
Genre : Social Science
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This is a comprehensive introduction to the sociology of diagnosis through original theoretical and empirical work by established and emerging scholars and is poised to become a touchstone volume. Four key sections examine: Power and the Politics of Diagnosis; Identity, Experience, and Action; Diagnosis and Social Control; and Nosological Dynamics.
Category: Social Science

Belinda S Petition

Author : Raymond A. Winbush
ISBN : 9781441514431
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Ray Winbush compiles the most important cases of reparations made for the Transatlantic Slave Trade, highlighting Belinda?s Petition, the earliest attempt by an American African to seek payment for her 50 years of enslavement in the early United States. Africans 550-year struggle seeking to repair the long-term economic and mental damage of slavery is presented in this powerfully compelling book.
Category: Literary Criticism

Mass Trauma And Emotional Healing Around The World Rituals And Practices For Resilience And Meaning Making

Author : Ani Kalayjian
ISBN : 9780313375415
Genre : Psychology
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Around the world, scores of those who survive disasters have demonstrated a remarkable resilience that enables them to live happy, productive lives. Mass Trauma and Emotional Healing around the World: Rituals and Practices for Resilience and Meaning-Making documents the unique yet universal reaction to traumatic events and sets the agenda for future development of therapeutic interventions research and theory. An integrative approach to rituals and healing methods is highlighted to address and help prevent human-made traumas and prepare generations to cope with natural disasters in a more effective way. Chapters focus on rituals and practices for resilience after mass trauma, showing, among other findings, that storytelling, music, humor, and a belief in fate help people survive disasters worldwide.
Category: Psychology

Theology For A Violent Age

Author : Woody Carter, Ph.D.
ISBN : 1450246079
Genre : Religion
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Any politician or pundit will agree: we live in a violent and dangerous age. Our pent-up anger and rage fills our households and spills over into our neighborhoods and streets, leaving African American families who live in poverty and with limited capability to ward off shame and self-contempt as its unfortunate victims. ADVANCED PRAISE FOR THEOLOGY FOR A VIOLENT AGE “There are many ideas in this little volume and they are meaningful. They set the stage for an interpretation of certain African American youth and by implication other youth who are similarly situated in American Society.” ARCHIE SMITH, Jr., PhD James and Clarice Foster Professor of Pastoral Psychology and Counseling, Pacific School of Religion “In attempting to uncover the self-knowledge of African American people as reflected in Black dramatic literature as ‘conviction’ or secular theology, Woody Carter simultaneously reveals the dominant forces that influence Black life and the critical necessity to ‘stand on our own (African) cultural ground.’ All Black thinkers, from intellectuals and scholars to teachers, preachers and parents to mental health workers, futurist and community activist, who have struggled with the dilemma of DuBois’s double consciousness and the significance of religion in the Black community, both of which I believe have never been properly understood, will find Theology for a Violent Age informative, insightful, and a strong provocation and challenge for the reader to continue to seek the core essence of being Black and the searchlights necessary to envision our full humanity as more than reactions to white supremacy and racial domination and oppression. Theology for a Violent Age is deserving of a critical read and methodical application against the problems of our time.” DR. WADE W. NOBLES Professor Emeritus, San Francisco State University; Executive Director, The Institute for the Advanced Study of Black Family Life & Culture; Co-Founder and Past President, Association of Black Psychologists and author of Seeking the Sakhu: Foundational Readings in African Psychology, Third World Press. Chicago, 2009
Category: Religion