Pushing forward the work of postcolonial theorists and contemporary Black scholars, abolitionists, activists and community practitioners, CWI offers a number of workshops under our core value FACE, but will also work with you on customized workshops and presentations.
This community conversation is centered on the topic of Juneteenth as Loraine Snead expresses her thoughts on whether we should celebrate June 19th as a federal holiday, or holiday at all. Listen in as she offers some well-thought out insights on this very important topic!
CWI formerly announces the launching of its eTextbook Case Studies in Community Psychology Practice: A Global Lens. This eTextbook is published by Rebus Pressbooks. It is the first of its kind solely dedicated to case studies in community psychology practice and 50% of the contributors are Black, Indigenous and People of Color (BIPOC).
Each month we will showcase a great organization! This month we feature Milie's Manor. Milie's Manor provides innovative programming for survivors of domestic violence such as their "virtual coaching program". Click the button below to find out more about this outstanding agency and to donate.
"We stand in solidarity with the Black/African American community in all facets as we continue to battle with the social scourges of racism and anti-blackness practices that dehumanize, then murder our men, women, and children. Stop it! See our full statement here: