A Psychology of Liberation and Peace: For the Greater Good

A Psychology of Liberation and Peace: For the Greater Good

English | ISBN: 3030135969 | 2019 | 166 Pages | EPUB, PDF | 1171 KB + 2 MB

This book addresses the need to radically transform societies plagued by racism. It places prominence on persistent racialized violence in the lives of Black Americans as influential in how Black people in the U.S. and abroad perceive themselves as Black in juxtaposition to their perceptions of White people and other People of Color. An absence of understanding of the often-masked role of violence in the lives of Black people increases the likelihood of reproducing it. The author offers a reformulation of racial identity theory to examine the construction of Manichaeism in people and societies, and how meaningful engagement that confronts the violence is vital to psychological development, though this engagement also is not without dire risks.



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