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  • Paper: Train future psychologists to dismantle racism, injustice in society

    Photo of educational psychology professor and co-authors predoctoral candidate B. Andi Lee and doctoral intern Nimot Ogunfemi

    A team of psychologists, led by scholars at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, proposes a new training model that would prepare all practitioners in their discipline to respond to the social ills of racial discrimination and other forms of repression.

    The team included, from left, predoctoral candidate B. Andi Lee, educational psychology professor Helen Neville and doctoral intern Nimot Ogunfemi.

    Photo by Fred Zwicky

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  • Editor’s notes: To reach Helen Neville, email hneville@illinois.edu

     

    To contact Nidia Ruedas-Gracia, email nrgracia@illinois.edu;

     

    The paper “The Public Psychology for Liberation training model: A call to transform the discipline” is available from the News Bureau

    DOI: 10.1037/amp0000887