Post Traumatic Slave Syndrome
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📒Post Traumatic Slave Syndrome ✍ Joy a Degruy
✏Post Traumatic Slave Syndrome Book Summary : Guide to accompany Post Traumatic Slave Syndrome Revised Edition
📒Post Traumatic Slave Syndrome ✍ Joy DeGruy
✏Post Traumatic Slave Syndrome Book Summary : soft cover printed 2012
📒Post Traumatic Slave Syndrome ✍ Joy DeGruy Leary
✏Post Traumatic Slave Syndrome Book Summary : "The study guide is an essential instrument to providing the practical application of principles enumerated in the book: Post Traumatic Slave Syndrome: America's Legacy of Enduring Injury and Healing." The guide includes summaries of the book's chapters; reflection and discussion questions; a glossary; and tools for transforming negative behaviors in positive behaviors--From the cover.
📒Post Traumatic Slave Syndrome And Mental Health Service Use Of African Americans ✍ Symphonie D. Smith
✏Post Traumatic Slave Syndrome and Mental Health Service Use of African Americans Book Summary : This interpretive qualitative study used Post Traumatic Slave Syndrome (PTSS) and Bowen Family Systems (BFST) theories to explore mental health service use by African Americans. The goal of the study was two-fold. First, to increase understanding of the lived experiences of African Americans, with consideration of the impact of historical and ongoing race and oppression, across generations. Second, to explore mental health service use via the lens of the African American experience. Data collection included the use of two semi-structured interviews, a focused genogram and a demographic questionnaire. All participants self-identified as African American and were comprised of seven females and two males. The data analysis revealed themes in two main categories: The African American Experience and Conversations about Mental Health. The resulting themes as follows, with four in the first category and three in the second, respectively: ongoing racism and oppression, symptoms of PTSS, strength and character, The Talk, types of sharing, perception and the service use advocate. The findings provide the context through which the African American experience influences mental health service use.
📒Post Traumatic Slave Syndrome ✍ Janetra Johnson
✏Post Traumatic Slave Syndrome Book Summary : One group that has received little attention in the psychological literature, with regards to issues of race as related to the practice of psychology, is the military. The military is a unique cultural entity that most people think provides soldiers of African descent with the system and resources they need to serve in the U.S. military. Author, Janetra Johnson, had chronological over a decade of National Guard history, in which she discovered the National Guard erroneously maintained a deregulated EEO and AEP program.Janetra is a military veteran and she fought the Guard over its deregulated pay policy during the California National Guards largest financial crisis. The California National Guard's recruiting bonus controversy was the largest known financial calamity and it had received little attention.Inside the book, Janetra walks her readers through the process of how she dealt with those financial thoughts of slavery and the Jim Crow era. The book is written from the perspective of a veteran of African descent, who had experienced Post Traumatic Slave Syndrome (PTSS) while serving in the California Air National Guard and has managed to experience a great reduction of these symptoms over the years. The book tells the story of how she found out about PTSS.What is Post Traumatic Slave Disorder?According to Wikipedia, Post Traumatic Slave Syndrome: America's Legacy of Enduring Injury and Healing (PTSS) is a 2005 book resulting from years of historical and psychological research by Dr. Joy DeGruy (née Leary), Ph.D. PTSS describes a set of behaviors, beliefs and actions associated with or, related to multi-generational trauma experienced by African Americans that include but are not limited to undiagnosed and untreated Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) in enslaved Africans and their descendants. PTSS posits that centuries of slavery in the United States, followed by systemic and structural racism and oppression, including lynching, Jim Crow laws, and unwarranted mass incarceration, have resulted in multigenerational maladaptive behaviors, which originated as survival strategies."ABOUT THE AUTHOR:Janetra Johnson studied the African American culture during slavery and the Jim Crow era. She also studied women rights. She earned a Bachelors in Philosophy, Pre-law, and a Masters degree in Business Administration. She had written a series of books about her experiences in the California National Guard. These books were written from the perspective of an African American veteran.
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📒Jesus Is A Black Man ✍ Jason Farr
✏Jesus Is A Black Man Book Summary : Beware; readers beware because this is a book that you may not be ready to read. Is Jesus really a Black man? If Jesus is black then does the bible support it? Why don’t preachers both black and white discuss racism as it pertains to how Jesus is still being falsely portrayed as white? Why is the color of Jesus very important? The answers to these and many more questions can be found in this book. This book is not designed to be user friendly and it confronts directly the racism both found still in the walls of churches and the ever present racism that never died in America. Most importantly if Jesus is honestly a black man then that means that the real children of Abraham are also black.
📒Quixote S Ghost ✍ David Stoesz
✏Quixote s Ghost Book Summary : American social policy, writes David Stoesz, is currently experiencing an alarming paradigm shift. Quixote's Ghost, a provocative new analysis of the ideological fight for control of American social welfare policy, demonstrates how the Right pirated the pragmatism championed by the Left since the New Deal and what that means for the future of social policy. Stoesz's fascinating account documents how conservative think tanks arose to combat the dominance of liberal intellectualism in the university system, and by now have taken command of the "means of analysis," flooding Congress with proposals and effectively shifting American public philosophy from liberalism to conservatism. While the Right devoted enormous amounts of energy in reconstructing social policy, Stoesz argues that the American liberal-intellectual class-the Liberati-abandoned its original mission, defecting from the welfare state project to pursue a philosophical tangent, postmodernism, that vilified social policy and romanticized oppressed populations. Presenting case studies from welfare reform and children's services, he illustrates how both the Right and the Left have shortchanged American social policy. In the process, he proposes radical pragmatism as the solution to counter the dominance of an emerging welfare-industrial complex and revive a Progressive orientation to social policy. Only through citizen empowerment, social mobility, and government restructuring, Stoesz argues, can we effectively craft a new approach to social policy that meets the requirements of the 21st century and transcends the impasse between the Left and the Right. Quixote's Ghost, framed by the metaphor of a Romantic Left whose actions-like Don Quixote's obsession with chivalry-are out of synch with the present reality, will be of immense interest to students and academics alike. As one of the few books to chart this radical shift in social policy and its implications on the ground, it will be sure to challenge both the Right and the Left to craft a new approach to thinking about American social policy.