Charles Negy Webinar Tonight: Does 'Systemic Racism' Cause 'Social Inequality'?
Ask your own questions of professor and clinical psychologist Charles Negy, author of 'White Shaming.'
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Does 'Systemic Racism' Cause 'Social Inequality'?
Description: Many of us believed systemic racism began disappearing dramatically shortly after the passage of the 1964 Civil Rights Act. Yet, today, educators, politicians, activists and others bemoan the presumed pervasiveness of “systemic racism” in the United States. Systemic racism is blamed for racial disparities in educational attainment, income, personal health, prison sentences, and in other domains. But how do we know if systemic racism exists or even explains observed racial disparities? Charles Negy endeavors to answer that question and address other considerations when attempting to confirm the presence of systemic racism.
CHARLES NEGY is Associate Professor of Psychology at the University of Central Florida and a licensed Clinical Psychologist. His research has focused on the psychological well-being of ethnic and sexual minorities and he has published over 60 studies, an edited textbook on cross-cultural psychotherapy, and a more recent book called White Shaming. He has lived in the U.S., Spain, and in El Salvador where he was a Fulbright Professor. He can be reached at [email protected] and can be followed on Twitter: @charlesnegy