Online Events

SCRA offers a number of online events including webinars and Twitter chats. Please see below for more information.

Webinars

SCRA runs a series of webinars on topics relevant to community psychology and related disciplines. Click here to watch recordings from past webinars.

Please refer to the information provided below to join a webinar unless specified otherwise. We recommend, if possible, that you join the webinar through the web access link so you can see presenter materials and to better help with the discussion.

Upcoming Webinars

Web Access: https://zoom.us/j/375758797 
Phone Number: 1-408-638-0968 
Meeting ID: 375 758 797

March 21st, 2019 at 1:00PM (ET)

"Conversations That Raise Your Practice Game" - W/ Nuria Ciofalo

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Nuria Ciofalo, a community psychologist who has been devoted to co-constructing Indigenous Psychologies in collaboration with various communities from Mexico, will present her collaborative community project in the Mayan Lacandon Rainforest in the state of Chiapas that resulted in a book entitled, “Indigenous Psychologies in an Era of Decolonization” published by Springer Nature. Mayan Lacandon youths and adults co-authored this book sharing their knowledge on environmental management, ecotourism, education, mythologies, legends, poems, and photography. Nuria is Professor in the Community, Liberation, Indigenous, and Eco-Psychologies Specialization at Pacifica Graduate Institute. 

Please rsvp to Tom tom@tomwolff.com

April 3rd, 2019 at 12:00pm (ET)

"Re-Member MOVE: Working towards reconciliation" w/ Dr. Pauline Thompson-Penn State University, Brandywine Campus and Ulysses Slaughter-Independent Reconciliation Strategist

Hosted by the SCRA Criminal Justice Learning Community

Pauline and Ulysses will briefly review the 1978 and 1985 incidents involving the MOVE organization and the City of Philadelphia and will discuss their current efforts towards reconciliation. The 1978 incident resulted in the incarceration of 9 MOVE members (called the MOVE9) with 30-100 year sentences. The 1985 incident resulted in the deaths of 11 MOVE members including 5 children after the Philadelphia police dropped a C4 explosive on the home of the MOVE members. As we approach the 35th anniversary of the 1985 bombing, negotiations are underway to illuminate and right the wrongs of the past. Through intentional and very careful, community networking, key players from both the 78 and 85 events are engaging in a series of delicate discussions and strategic planning that will reveal the scope and depth of this painful, yet powerful redemption process.

Twitter chats

CLICK HERE to review past #CommPsychChat Twitter chats.

New to Twitter or Twitter Chats? 

Just search for #CommPsychChat to follow the conversation and join by including #CommPsychChat in all of your tweets and replies. That will help to ensure that your tweets get through to the live feed for the chat, so that everyone can see them.

Open dialogue is what we are aiming for! In order to guide the conversation, Twitter chats follow a Q1/A1 format. So, tweets and replies in response to Q1 should start with A1, responses to Q2 should start with A2, and so on. 

Resources:

See how Twitter can act as a useful tool for information exchange among professional communities!

See why scientists should tweet (Barncard, 2014Bonetta, 2009), and how Twitter can aid our goals for social change (Rachel West; Taylor Scott & J’Vonnah Maryman (PDF file download).

To get oriented to Twitter use, check out Twitter as a Tool for Social Change (PDF file download).

You can find a handy Twitter Chat FAQs.