Marginalized Groups


Marginalized Groups

We believe that historical injustices create multi-generational patterns of discrimination. Much of Community Psychology injects this perspective within their work on every topic. Some research focuses exclusively/primarily on groups impacted by injustice and marginalization.

Infograph: Effects of Deportation and Forced Separation on Immigrants, their Families, and Communities

Posted in: Children, Youth and Families, Marginalized Groups, Public Policy | Tags:
A companion to our policy statement, this infographic is useful for immigration-related advocacy.

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Effectos de la Deportación y la Separación Forzada

Posted in: Children, Youth and Families, Marginalized Groups, Public Policy
Declaración sobre los efectos de la deportación y la separación forzada en los inmigrantes, sus familias y las comunidades Declaración de Pólítica de la Sociedad para la Investigación y Acción Comunitaria: División 27 de la Asociación Americana de Psicología Preparada por: Regina Day Langhout, Sara L. Buckingham, Ashmeet K. Oberoi, Nóe R. Chavez, Dana Rusch, Francesca Esposito, […]

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With Racism Everywhere, What makes Youth “Engage Against the Machine?”

Posted in: Coalition Building, Marginalized Groups
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Activism is a crucial part of the democratic process. Social action can be helpful in combating the exhaustion of daily inequality.

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Demystifying Decolonialization: A Practical Example from the Classroom

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Decolonization is a process of examining and undoing unearned privilege resulting from historical and present day injustice. As a process, decolonization can push students from apathy to develop a sense of activism.

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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. Lauren self-describes as a fat woman and discusses how taking back the word “fat” and using it as a neutral descriptor weakens negative connotations. As a researcher, […]

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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

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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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