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The Spirit of My Father

by Josephine “Jo” Bowens Lewis, PsyD, 2006     I’m often aware of my father’s presence in the context of working with people. He had a capacity to articulate meaning in words. He certainly was verbose, yet when he spoke, he had something to say. As a minister, he had a gift of speaking to people according to what he…read more →

White Privilege, Color and Crime: A Personal Account

In another classic article from Peggy McIntosh, white privilege is recognized and unpacked as it relates to crime, courts and the law. McIntosh points out how color seems to affect whether a person is viewed as criminal and the importance of learning to see privilege as such by broadening racial and social understandings. Download Article: White Privilege, Color, and Crime