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Speaking Truth to Power: A Primer on Black/African Psychology and How it Changed Psychology


Wednesday, April 17, The Department of Psychiatry presents the Martin Luther King Grand Rounds, featuring Kevin Cokley, Ph.D. with “Speaking Truth to Power: A Primer on Black/African Psychology and How it Changed Psychology”. Dr. Cokley is the Director of the Institute for Urban Policy Research and Analysis (IUPRA) and a Professor of Educational Psychology and African & African Diaspora studies at the University of Texas at Austin.

*RSVP Required to Jenny_Hernandez@URMC.Rochester.edu – Please advise of allergies or interpreter needs.

Schedule of Events:
8:00 – 9:30 AM: Grand Rounds (Class of ’62 Auditorium)
9:35 – 10:35 AM: Informal discussion with multidisciplinary trainees (Northeastern Conference Room)
12 – 1 PM: Community Counts luncheon (Office of Mental Health Promotion G.9271)*
Co-sponsored by University Counseling Services, University Health Services, Office of Human ResourcesStaff Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Excellence