Jean Hill



Society for Community Research and Action Statement on Police Brutality

Posted in: Criminal Justice, Marginalized Groups, Public Policy, Violence Prevention
We, the Society for Community Research and Action (SCRA), are in solidarity with those calling to move funding out of policing and into systems that facilitate community wellness. For this reason, we take up policing as an institution.

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Photograph of a Black Lives Matter Protest

Raising Awareness and Getting to Action: Uprooting White Supremacy and Promoting Racial Justice

Posted in: Anti-Racism, Marginalized Groups
In response to the repeated police killings of Black people, including the recent deaths of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Tony McDade, and Rayshard Brooks, and the global mobilization demanding structural change to ensure that Black Lives Matter, the Society for Community Research and Action membership pulled together resources to support awareness raising and action for […]

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Do Others Understand Us? – Dr. Chris Keys, Dr. Crystal Steltenpohl, Kevin Ryan & Jordan Reed

Posted in: Sense of Community | Tags:
On this episode of RadioActive I bring you the Online Technologies Lab researchers who shared their work on Online Fighting Game Communities.

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What is Fat Activism? A Dialogue about Body Diversity and Weight Stigma – Lauren Munro

Posted in: Marginalized Groups, Mental Health | Tags:
In this episode of RadioActive Lauren Munro, a Ph.D. student at Wilifrid Laurier University, explains what fat activism is and how the social movement challenges stigmas around fatness.

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Sexual Violence and Sexual Minority Women – Dr. Tracy Hipp

Posted in: Marginalized Groups, Violence Prevention | Tags:
Dr. Tracy Hipp is a Community Psychology graduate from Georgia State University who has focused her research on developing an understanding of the experiences of sexual violence of non-heterosexual and non gender conforming women through the inclusion of their often excluded voices.

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Advancing the Social Sciences of Sustainability – Dr. Manuel Riemer

Posted in: Environment, Marginalized Groups, Uncategorized | Tags:
During this interview Dr. Riemer explains the complexity of the concept of Sustainability and argues for the need for more social science in sustainability research – stating that “we need to breathe air, but we also need to be in community”.

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Narratives of Resistance – Dr. Ciann Wilson

Posted in: Healthcare, Marginalized Groups | Tags:
There are communities facing risk of genocidal impact due to HIV/AIDS including black men, and indigenous communities, who are largely ignored or delegitimized in their experiences and differential health outcomes. Dr. Wilson’s work highlights the need to reclaim narratives of resistance by immigrants, communities of colour and indigenous communities.

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MLKJ Day Special Episode – Allana Zuckerman and Dr. Dominique Thomas

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In this special episode of RadioActive, Dr. Dominique Thomas and Allana Zuckerman join Natalie to talk about the upcoming Black Lives Matter special issue of the journal, Community Psychology in a Global Perspective.

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Tackling Campus Racial Climate and Institutional Racism – Dr. Dominique Thomas

Posted in: Education, Marginalized Groups | Tags:
For this episode of RadioActive Natalie took a stop over in Atlanta, Georgia to interview Dr. Dominique Thomas about his recent research on campus racial climate for African American Students.

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Preventing Human Trafficking Using Data-driven, Community-based Strategies

Posted in: Public Policy, Violence Prevention | Tags:
A policy brief developed by the Research-to-Policy Collaboration with support from the Society for Community Research and Action. Approximately 40 million people worldwide, including many in the United States, are estimated to be victims of human trafficking — a form of modern-day slavery in which traffickers use force, fraud, or coercion to control both adults […]

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