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June 22nd – 26th 2021
Uprooting White Supremacy
The conference theme is “Uprooting White Supremacy”. White supremacy is the belief that white people make up the superior race and that because of this, they should dominate society to the detriment of other races- often in an exclusionary manner. This conference seeks to uproot racist ideologies, and promote equity and healing. We will create community to share information that can be used to eliminate systemic racism embedded in policies, practices and systems, and reduce the spread of hate and injustice.
The omnipresent and systemic nature of white supremacy is manifested throughout the work of community psychology, regardless of the specific focus of that work. For that reason all proposals should include a discussion of the relevance of the proposal to the theme of the conference.
The conference platform will open on Tuesday, June 15th.
All registrants will be emailed a link to the platform. You will log in using the email address associated with your SCRA account. Within the platform you will be able to see all the sessions titles and abstracts and select sessions to add to you calendar.
Download the full Conference Program (This is a very large file. Do not attempt to print)
Download the Conference At a Glance (A grid of abstract titles and presentation times suitable for printing)