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The Association of Black Psychologists  
7119 Allentown Road, Suite 203  
Ft. Washington, MD 20744  
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CULTURALLY-GROUNDING AND SUPPORTING OUR COMMUNITIES DURING COVID-19 WORLDWIDE PANDEMIC



  • While Sheltering in Place/During the Time of Dread, the Corona Virus Global Pandemic

  • Black People Rising and Reaffirming: Resurrection, Repair, Renewal and Remaking Ourselves and the World, Dr. Maulana Karenga

  • Culturally-Grounded Conceptualizing and Contending with COVID19
    by Linda James Meyers, PhD   (posted 04/09/20)


    "...With the extensive cultural erasure that has been imposed, particularly over the past four decades, it is not surprising that the only way most of us have to process and make sense of what is going on with COVID 19, or anything else for that matter, is the dominating cultural world view propagated by the human trafficking captors of our non-immigrant African ancestors... [read more}


  • CORONA VIRUS MESSAGE from Theopia Jackson   (posted 03/19/20)

    Dear Family,

    As the 52nd Annual Convention gets closer, we want you to know that the safety and well-being of our ABPsi family is a priority.

    The ABPsi Leadership is closely monitoring the latest developments and following the guidance from the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the World Health Organization (WHO) related to COVID-19.

    We are working with Public Health officials in the Detroit Metro Area alongside the local Detroit Chapter of ABPsi. Given the mid-summer timing of the convention, we will continue with planning an exciting and engaging convention at the Crown Plaza Hotel in downtown Detroit.

    As things evolve, we will keep you updated.

    As practitioners of health and wellness, we know how stressful times like this can be. You can be a voice of calm and reason in your community as we all face this challenge.

    For additional information about COVID-19, please read the latest report from the Centers for Disease Control at www.cdc.gov, or your local health department website.

    On behalf of ABPsi, thank you for your trust in us. I look forward to seeing you in Detroit,

    In your service,

    Theopia Jackson, Ph.D
    President
    Association of Black Psychologists, Inc.