Addressing Racism: Facilitating Cultural Competence in Mental Health and Educational Settings / Edition 1by Madonna G. Constantine, Derald Wing Sue
Pub. Date: 04/14/2006
Addressing Racism offers readers the opportunity to identify and address both unintentional and overt forms of racism within themselves and the systems in which they work and live. Madonna Constantine and Derald Sue, two of the leading researchers and advocates for multicultural competence, have collected more than a dozen thought-provoking and challenging chapters
Addressing Racism offers readers the opportunity to identify and address both unintentional and overt forms of racism within themselves and the systems in which they work and live. Madonna Constantine and Derald Sue, two of the leading researchers and advocates for multicultural competence, have collected more than a dozen thought-provoking and challenging chapters on the many ways that racism can affect one's interactions with others, focusing particularly on interactions in mental health and school settings
Table of Contents
Part I: What Do We Know about Racism?
1 RacisminMental Health and Education Settings: A Brief Overview (Madonna G. Constantine).
2 The Invisible Whiteness of Being: Whiteness, White Supremacy, White Privilege, and Racism (Derald Wing Sue).
Part II: Racism in Mental Health Contexts.
3 Institutional Racism against African Americans: Physical and Mental Health Implications (Madonna G. Constantine).
4 The Intersection of Racism and Immigration: Implications for Educational and Counseling Practice (Eric C. Chen and Jennie Park-Taylor).
5 Linking Poverty, Classism, and Racism in Mental Health: Overcoming Barriers to Multicultural Competency (William Ming Liu, Jovan Hernandez, Amina Mahmood, and Ren Stinson).
6 Intersections of Sexism and Heterosexism with Racism: Therapeutic Implications (Marie L. Miville and Angela D. Ferguson).
7 Healing Collective Wounds from Racism: The Community Forum Model (Barbara C. Wallace).
Part III: Racism in Educational Settings.
8 The Impact of Racialized Schools and Racist (Mis)Education on African American Students’ Academic Identity (Kevin Cokley).
9 “Nice Kids,” the N-Word, and Signs of Respect: Culturally Relevant Knowledge of Urban Youth (Wendy Luttrell, James C. Holland, and Janie Ward).
10 Racism and Racial Harassment in Schools (R. Murray Thomas).
11 Eliminating Deficit Orientations: Creating Classrooms and Curricula for Gifted Students from Diverse Cultural Backgrounds (Donna Y. Ford, James L. Moore III, and Gilman W. Whiting).
12 Tracing Institutional Racism in Higher Education: Academic Practices of Latino Male Undergraduates (Julie López Figueroa and Eugene E. García).
13 Guidelines for Evaluating the Racial and Cultural Environment of Graduate Training Programs in Professional Psychology (Shawn O. Utsey, Christina Grange, and Renee Allyne).
Part IV: Eradicating Racism: Future Directions.
14 Five Antiracism Strategies (Paul Pedersen).
15 In Liberty and Justice for All: A Comprehensive Approach to Ameliorating the Complex Problems of White Racism and White Superiority in the United States (Michael D’Andrea).
16 The Pursuit of Social Justice and the Elimination of Racism (Elizabeth M. Vera, Larisa Buhin, and Richard Q. Shin).
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