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Are All Black Students Falling Behind?

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A recent report by The Education Trust, a nonprofit working on educational justice, reveals that while there has been an improvement in graduation rates at four-year public institutions for all students, the improvement is smaller… » Read more

End Racial Disparities in School Discipline

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There is a conspiracy against Black children in our schools. When I say conspiracy I’m not suggesting there are shadowy figures sitting behind closed doors actively plotting how they can harm Black students. Instead, I’m… » Read more

Black (Girls’) Lives Matter

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Black families and communities have the critical task of preparing Black youth and young adults for the realities of racial hostility and inequality perpetuated in interpersonal, institutional, and societal arenas. That task is accomplished largely… » Read more

Positive Ethics and Counseling Psychology

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Positive ethics is a new approach to conceptualizing ethics that fits well with the values of counseling psychology. Knapp and VandeCreek (2013) note that this approach challenges psychologists to consider ways to enhance their performance… » Read more

Men as Victims of Sexual Violence

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Prevalence Sexual violence continues to be a pervasive problem, but the victimization of men is rarely explored. We know much more about the victimization of girls and women, in part because of the disproportionate rates… » Read more