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The
Community
Psychologist

Volume 53, Number 4 Fall 2020

SCRA News

Edited by Susan M. Wolfe, Susan Wolfe and Associates and The University of Washington

Congratulations to CERA Mini-Grant Recipients!

Written by Mini-Grant Committee, Council for Ethnic, Racial, and Cultural Affairs

We would like to announce the awardees for the 2020-21 CERA Racial and Social Justice Mini-Grants! We had 19 submissions this year and they were all wonderful and high-quality applications. 

Thank you to everyone else who submitted an application! The difference came down to 1/2 point and does not reflect a lack of quality in any way as we only are able to fund 5 mini-grants. 

Congratulations to the awardees!

  1. The Development of a Research Advisory Board for Latinx Youth in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania by Dr. Josefina Bañales & Dr. Maya Ragavan
  2. Enhancing the Racial Identities of Youth Through Culturally Relevant Curriculum by Dr. Rome Meeks
  3. Hope, resilience, and action: A qualitative exploration of critical consciousness and sociopolitical development among Black and Latinx adolescent girls by Taina Quiles & Dr. Seanna Leath
  4. Code BLACK: Communication strategies to engage the Black Diaspora in a time of Crisis by Dr. Deveda François, Moshood Olanrewaju, Terence Sinabajije, & Isabel Dos Santos-Johnson
  5. The Systemic Racism Curriculum Project (SRCP) by Dr. Brett Russell Coleman

The 8th International Conference of Community Psychology 2020 – Fostering and Sustaining Solidarities

Victoria University, Melbourne, Australia

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November 11, 12, and 13, 2020

Same event delivered virtually! After the success of two recent ICCP Panel Webinars, we are confident in moving forward with a fully online virtual experience, allowing our global community psychology audience to connect safely.

  • Utilising a dynamic virtual conference platform, OnAIR attendees will be able to interact and engage with each other.
  • Produced in Melbourne, Australia, and spread over 3 days in morning and afternoon segments to accommodate varied time zones.
  • Keynote speakers and panel sessions streamed live and available on-demand to view at your convenience.

For more details and to register for the conference go to: www.communitypsychologyaustralia.com.au

#ICCP2020

 

Thank you to our Partners!

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