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Posted in: Coalition Building | Tags: ResourcesPeople – locally and globally – can change and improve conditions that affect their lives. How? We can become more effective by learning and applying community-building skills. The Community Tool Box ™ is a website that provides practical guidance, tips, tools, and how-to-do-it information on a wide variety of community skills. It is intended to […]Read More
Posted in: Coalition Building | Tags: ResourcesMany readers are by now familiar with the Community Tool Box ™, a website that provides practical guidance and how-to-do-it information on a wide variety of community-building topics. With over 300 self-contained instructional sections and over 7000 pages of text, the Tool Box is presently the largest single source of information on community health and […]Read More
Posted in: History of Community Psychology | Tags: PodcastsWe all have moments in our lives that speak to us, that move us in unexpected ways. One of these moments for Natalie, the host of RadioActive, was an address given at the 2015 Society for Community Research and Action Biennial conference. Gina Langhout, a scholar and community psychologist, delivered her address entitled – This […]Read More
Posted in: Marginalized Groups | Tags: PodcastsOn this episode of RadioActive you hear an interview with Urmitapa Dutta during the 2017 Society for Community Research and Action conference held in Ottawa Canada. Urmi discusses the role of knowledge construction in the margins as discussed in her paper “Prioritizing the Local in an Era of Globalization: A Proposal for Decentering Community Psychology” […]Read More
Posted in: EducationPublished in: Community Practice BulletinStudents in the Community Psychology Program at Wichita State University (WSU) are at the forefront of organizing, advocacy, and research on their campus. This past year, students mobilized others on campus using community psychology principles. By collaborating on campus, we were successful in bringing together graduate community psychology students and undergraduates wanting to create positive […]Read More