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Introducing Huberta Jackson-Lowman, Ph.D., ABPsi's 45th President

"I am humbled and honored to serve as the 45th President of the Association of Black Psychologists. The Association of Black Psychologists represents the premier institution dedicated to the mental liberation of Afrikan/Black people. We recognize that the battle for the hearts, minds, and spirits of Afrikan/Black people is the front on which the most decisive war for our liberation must be fought. My vision for ABPsi is for us to definitively assert our commitment to applying our knowledge and skills to the healing and reconstruction of Afrikan/Black people, families, communities, and institutions based on Afrikan principles and values. Towards this end, there are three key strategies that I propose..." [Read more from our ABPsi President's Message]

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  • Homegoing Services for Dr. Kobi Kambon

    Services will be held on Wednesday, January 9, 2019 at10 am at Florida A&M University in the Perry-Paige Auditorium located at 1740 S. Martin Luther King Blvd., Tallahassee, FL 32307.

    Parking: Please arrive by 9 am to secure parking. Students will be available to assist you with getting from the parking lot to Perry-Paige. You may come to Perry-Paige for information regarding parking but early arrival is critical.

    Viewing will occur on Tuesday, January 8, 2019 at Tillman Funeral Home. (TBD). Tillman Funeral Home is located at 4006 Crawfordville Rd., Tallahassee, FL 32305. Phone: (850) 942-1950.

    If you have questions, please contact the FAMU Department of Psychology Administrator, Mrs. Annette Jackson-Austin at 850-599-3014 or email her at annette.jackson2@famu.edu.

    In lieu of flowers, Dr. Kambon requested that contributions be made to an Afrikan-centered school or to the scholarship established for him by the FAMU Psychology Department - Kobi Kambon Scholarship for African-centered Research.

    Condolences may be sent to his grand-daughter, Ms. Dayo Goodwin, 5717 King's Drive, Birmingham, AL 35228.

    There will be a repast following the service at FAMU. Location to be determined. For information, contact Mrs. Annette Jackson-Austin.