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Black and Amplified Part 1

  • 45Days
  • 10Steps


3.5 Continuing Education Credits available. Asynchronous, self-paced Are You Ready to Commit? Black History is deeper than just a month’s worth of celebration, increased social media visibility and teachings in school. It is more than Rosa Parks, Martin Luther King Jr., Malcom X, and the other Black warriors that have been popularly a part of the streamlined approach to disseminating information about Black history.​ We want to challenge you to break the cycle of isolating Black excellence and history into a month’s worth of time, once a year. Black history is more. We challenge you to break the cycle of white America’s continuous attempts to make up for centuries of Black oppression cosigned with heinous behaviors like racism and discrimination. Upon completing this course, participants will be able to: Examine and explain the history of the term BIPOC and gain insight into the relevance of Blackness within the United States Explain the concept of intersectionality as it pertains to Blackness and gender Describe and discuss the causes and effects of the barriers faced by the BIPOC community regarding access to and acceptance of mental health services


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