The CMRC is a community of faculty, graduate students, and undergraduate students broadly interested in the relationship between psychology, culture, and justice. Through research and critical discussion, we explore the various ways in which critical perspectives can help us understand the social and cultural foundations of mind and society.
February 2019 marks the 93rd year of Black History Month. However, at the conception of Black History Month in the 1920’s, the documentation or scholarly reports on Black history hardly existed. Furthermore, much of the legacy of Black history in America has been marked by the suppression of Black voices, stories, triumphs, and achievements. .. Read More
In his 1944 article, Prospect of a World Without Racial Conflict, W.E.B. DuBois hypothesized that we would never live in a world without racial division. With this in mind, we highlight how neoliberal ideologies promote policy, actions, and an idea of peace that upholds racial inequality in the United States...Read More
The purpose of this paper is to explore the connections between sexual harassment and ostracism both before and after the modern day #MeToo movement. It outlines how the birth of the #MeToo movement lessened the impact of ostracism, empowering victims to report their abusers...Read More