THE UNITED INDEPENDENT COMPENSATORY CODE SYSTEM CONCEPT A TEXTBOOK WORKBOOK FOR THOUGHT SPEECH AND OR ACTION FOR VICTIMS OF RACISM WHITE SUPREMACY

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The United Independent Compensatory Code System Concept Textbook

Author : Neely Fuller (Jr.)
ISBN : 069265321X
Genre : Race relations
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The Compensatory Code is a term that means the sum total of everything that is thought, said, or done by one individual Non-White person, who is a Victim of Racism [Victim of White Supremacy] that is effective in helping to eliminate Racism (White Supremacy), and/or in helping to "make up" for the lack of justice and correctness.
Category: Race relations

Black Male Violence In Perspective

Author : P. Tony Jackson
ISBN : 9780739191644
Genre : Psychology
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Black Male Violence in Perspective: Towards Afrocentric Intervention represents a synthesis of lived experience, authoritative research, and Afro-centric perspective on one of the most controversial topics of our day. It examines violence by and among Black men, as it is inextricably tied to its context; the history of violence in America including colonialism, expansionism, and concepts of manifest destiny. Acknowledging important concepts like Michelle Alexander’s “The New Jim Crow” and Joy DeGruy-Leary’s “Post Traumatic Stress Syndrome,” and chronicling the devastating and injurious effects of racism, the text moves in a clinical direction. It identifies and addresses the resulting dangerous triad of frustration, anger, and depression and how they come together clinically to impact young Black men resulting in violent outcomes. It explores the psychology underlying violent behavior, delving into the socioeconomic realities that are very much a part of the landscape of violence in America. Tony Jackson utilizes cases from his career as a therapist as well as examples from actual life experience to illustrate challenging concepts. More importantly, Black Male Violence in Perspective proposes a theory of intervention and treatment with a discussion on quantitative and qualitative research methods.
Category: Psychology

The New Plantation

Author : Billy Hawkins
ISBN : 9781137357007
Genre : Education
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The New Plantation examines the controversial relationship between predominantly White NCAA Division I Institutions (PWI's) and black athletes, utilizing an internal colonial model.
Category: Education

Holding The Line

Author : George White
ISBN : 0742533832
Genre : Political Science
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The Eisenhower administration's confrontation with Africa demonstrates the significance of race in the creation and execution of American foreign policy. In this new work, historian George White, Jr., explores the ways in which Eisenhower diplomacy, influenced by America's racialized fantasies, fears, and desires, turned the Cold War into a global sanctuary for the rehabilitation of Whiteness.
Category: Political Science

Why Racism Persists

Author : Walter V. Collier
ISBN : 9781457554056
Genre : Social Science
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Investigations into racism tend to be one-sided with an almost exclusive focus on those discriminated against. “Why Racism Persists. An Uncomfortable Truth” explores what has been virtually ignored: the causes and motivations for White racism in America. Beginning with its European roots, Dr. Collier traces the evolution of racism, and delves into factors that have sustained the system of White privilege and anti-Black racism in America. What his analysis unearths are new areas of dialogue about racism and how we might bring solutions to this most difficult problem.
Category: Social Science

Education And Curricular Perspectives In The Qur An

Author : Sarah Risha
ISBN : 9781498500906
Genre : Religion
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Education and Curricular Perspectives in the Qur’an is a unique academic study that focuses on different perspectives of education curriculum in the Qur’an. Sarah Risha explains how Allah Almighty, as the great teacher, communicated His divine message, the Qur’an, which may be considered as the textbook, to His students, the prophets. The primary source is the Qur’an itself, and sayings of the Prophet Mohammed when necessary. While curriculum is a broad term, Risha addresses five aspects in particular to examine how the Qur’an deals with this vital element, and connects this central religious text to current academic curriculum studies.
Category: Religion

Preventing Prejudice

Author : Joseph G. Ponterotto
ISBN : 9781506319186
Genre : Psychology
File Size : 62.85 MB
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The Second Edition of Preventing Prejudice: A Guide for Counselors, Educators, and Parents has been completely revised and expanded to provide the most up-to-date and extensive coverage of prejudice and racism available. The new edition of this bestselling text presents a comprehensive overview of these topics and also includes practical tools for combating prejudice development in children, adolescents, and adults.
Category: Psychology

The Isis Yssis Papers

Author : Frances Cress Welsing
ISBN : 0976531704
Genre : Social Science
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Category: Social Science

Re Visioning Family Therapy

Author : Monica McGoldrick
ISBN : 9781593854270
Genre : Psychology
File Size : 55.91 MB
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Now in a significantly revised and expanded second edition, this groundbreaking work illuminates how racism, sexism, and other forms of oppression constrain the lives of diverse clients a " and family therapy itself. Practitioners and students gain vital tools for re-evaluating prevailing conceptions of family health and pathology; tapping into clients' cultural resources; and developing more inclusive theories and therapeutic practices. From leaders in the field, the second edition features many new chapters, case examples, and specific recommendations for culturally competent assessment, treatment, and clinical training. The section in which authors reflect on their own cultural and family legacies also has been significantly expanded.
Category: Psychology