MANY HANDS MAKE LITTLE WORK: EXPLORING MUTUAL AID AND MUTUAL ASSISTANCE AND ITS CONNECTION TO BLACK MOTHER ACTIVISM

When you drive through a black neighborhood, what do you see? I ask this question because as community ¬†psychologists actively engaged in cross-cultural competency practices, we should be aware that what shows on the surface of community interactions might not give us the whole picture. If we run through our minds what our first gut […]

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