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Vote for your favorite entry!
We asked our members to submit videos that show what community psychology research and practice looks like to them. You can see their submissions below. Videos are listed in the order they were received.
Please vote for your favorite. Voting ends on December 18th, 2020.
You must be an active SCRA member and logged into the website to see the poll below.
2 cash prizes will be awarded:
1st prize= US$500
2nd prize= US$250
Thank you to everyone who participated!
Community psychology is a field defined by its values. In this interactive video, I introduce you to the ten core values of community psychology. By making choices and interacting with the video, you can get a short explanation of whichever concepts you'd like to explore.
Grandmother Project aims to improve the health and well-being of women and children in developing countries by building the capacity of development partners to implement grandmother-inclusive and intergenerational community programs.
What are best practices for engaging minority first-generation students within higher education? What are barriers for minority first-generation students in navigating higher education? What role can leadership programs and community play in relation to academic resiliency?
Short documentary that discusses ICE Raids in Santa Cruz and the community response. The documentary was the product of a yPAR program. Youth co-produced the film, wrote all interview questions, and conducted all interviews.
Using the platform of storytelling, we explore the current situation of inequity among people with disabilities, 30 years after the Americans with Disabilities Act was signed. Rose Mercury Barnes is a non-binary trans person, who lives with Autism Spectrum Disorder. As a participant of the Illinois Partners In Policymaking Leadership Program and future leader, Rose asks their state officials, a very important question.
Sketches of Recovery is a film about Veterans coming to the VA Hospital after dealing with issues surrounding mental health, military sexual trauma, incarceration, and substance abuse, that found a deeper meaning in recovery by modeling to other Veterans what it takes to find lasting recovery through care from the VA Hospital programs.