Now if you find you got to climb a mountain And you never seen a mountain quiet so high You can’t let that stone wall block your vision (Oh, no no no) Move on up to your horizons Touch the sky And, Be a Believer Say you can do better for yourself Reflect on what … Continue reading Be A Believer
Black people in America need direct access to physical space(s) to reclaim and rediscover who we are without having to define ourselves in a dominant white context.
“for ordinary African Americans, coping with hegemonic gender ideology can be so demanding that generating alternatives can seem virtually impossible. But the importance of this task cannot be underestimated because African American survival may depend on it. One important task lies in rejecting dominant gender ideology, in particular, its use of the thesis of “weak … Continue reading Listen to Black Women
Regarding cultural differences, most research findings support the notion that black people have a more external locus of control than white people (Ayalon & Young, 2005). This is commonly contributed to the fact that black people are more likely to attribute mental illness to external agents outside the person, such as the role of ancestors, … Continue reading Psychological Wellness Constructs: Relationships and Group Differences