Racial reckoning, resistance, and the revolution: A call to community psychology to move forward

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2023-02-16
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Martin, Pamela P.
Lewis, Rhonda K.
Guzmán, Bianca L.
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Martin, P. P., Lewis, R. K., & Guzmán, B. L. (2023). Racial reckoning, resistance, and the revolution: A call to community psychology to move forward. American Journal of Community Psychology, 1– 5. https://doi.org/10.1002/ajcp.12658

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This article introduces a special issue of the American Journal of Community Psychology that features racial reckoning, resistance and the revolution in the context of a syndemic, the historical subjugation of communities of Color (COC)to racial hierarchies and the coronavirus (COVID-19). More specifically, this special issue underscores the need for community psychology and other allied disciplines to address this syndemic facing COC. The special issue delivers on the stories of the lived experiences from researchers and community members as it relates to COVID?19 and COC. Twelve articles are illuminated to challenge the field to create social change.

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