The American Psychiatric Association Finally Formally Apologized to People of Color

January 20, 2021

On Martin Luther King Day, the American Psychiatric Association released a statement that apologized to people of color for the role they played in supporting structural racism in psychiatry.  They labeled the apology as “an important step in addressing racism in psychiatry.”  The statement explained that. “The APA Board of Trustees (BOT) apologizes to its […]

The Urgency of Now

January 21, 2019

My favorite part of Martin Luther King Jr.’s speech comes long before he enunciates his now-famous dream. It comes before he leaves behind the prepared speech. In this early part of the speech, Dr. King speaks of the nation’s bank of justice. Of his refusal to believe that it is bankrupt. And then he speaks […]

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