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[To theorist Sigmund Freud, the practice of skillfully “working through” the problems that adversely affected the lives of his patients constituted successful psychoanalytic treatment. Working through meant probing beneath the surface of the problems buried deeply in the patient’s unconscious...
[RacismRacism is a phenomenon borne out of centuries of violenceViolence. It began with physical acts of violence at the hands of slavers and colonizers from Europe who exerted physical aggression combined with economic, social, and psychological control over indigenous and AfricanAfrican people...
[PeaceRacialized violenceRacialized violenceis the cornerstoneRacial identity theory of perpetuating racismRacism. As an ideology, racism shapes our socialization with the insistence that human beings are aligned along a hierarchy in which Black people and others defined as not White are cast as...
[The companionship with hope and despair to which West refers is likely experienced by liberation-peacePeace wagers around the world. Ambitiously, they seek an end to racialized violenceRacialized violence and other structures that exploit, dehumanize, and tear down people. They out-wrestle...
[In their definition of liberation psychologyLiberation psychology, Montero and Sonn (2009) stressed the need for psychologists to transform both people and environments by rupturing social processes buoyed by social identities. Adding further to the peacePeace implications of Montero and Sonn’s...
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