Saturday, October 24, 2020
1:30 to 2:30
The event is free, Click here to register.
You are invited to the second event in our Anti-Racism series, a discussion of the film "Thirteenth" "Thirteenth" refers to the thirteenth amendment to the U.S. Constitution which abolished slavery, and the film traces the perpetuation of oppression and deprivation of full human rights through the criminal justice system to disproportionately incarcerate Black men and then use their labor. Pertinent to the current moment, it also illustrates how the exploitation of racial stereotypes and criminality has been used in political campaigns.
The film discussants are Mrs. Joyce Fredkin, a longstanding BGSP Board member who comes from the business community, and Dr. Michelle Gibbons-Carr, a psychologist and organizational consultant specializing in working with diversity in the workplace.
Watch the film in advance.
November 14, 2020 via Zoom
9:00 to 6:00
MaMHCA, the LMHC resource, addresses telehealth practice during the time of Covid. Also, learn about their new Telehealth Certification Program.
The Harlem Family Institute invites clinicians, candidates and more to a free Zoom presentation by clinical psychologist Daniel José Gaztambide on
Friday Oct. 23 at 7 pm:
Between Puerto Ricanness and Blackness:
Psychoanalysis and Afropessimism
from the Caribbean and beyond
With Daniel José Gaztambide, PsyD
Assistant Professor for Clinical Practice
Assistant Director of Clinical Training
Director, the Frantz Fanon Center for Intersectional Psychology
The New School for Social Research