Rethinking Black History Month: Owning Black Excellence


by Donica Harper Vice-President, Black Student Association Doctoral student, School of Psychology Black women have been fighting since the beginning of time to have their words, work, and value acknowledged. As the American Psychological Association (APA) moved into 2022, the organization published an apology acknowledging their minimization the voices of Black feminists, psychologists, and social activists who for the last 100 years to have heard and respected. (see APA Apology to People of Color for APA's Role in Promoting, Perpetuating, and Failing to Challenge Racism, Racial Discrimination, and Human Hierarchy in the U.S.) It's now time that the Black voices [...]

Rethinking Black History Month: Owning Black Excellence2022-02-21T14:26:36-08:00

Black History Month: An Interview with Alum Bill White, EdD


An interview with Fielding alum Bill White, EdD Earlier this year, we shared that the National Diversity Collaborative, Inc. has launched the Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Accessibility (DEI&A) Ambassador Certificate training in partnership with Fielding’s Institute for Social Innovation (ISI). Dr. Bill White As part of Black History Month discussions at Fielding, we interviewed Dr. White on his vision for the Program and the DEI work. Fielding alumni, faculty, students, and staff receive a 25% discount when signing up for the Program. For further details about the Program and to sign up, contact VP of Administration, Rosa [...]

Black History Month: An Interview with Alum Bill White, EdD2022-02-17T23:23:40-08:00
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