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Authors: Keyon Thompson (DPT), Jeremy Campbell (PharmD), Steven Kniffley (PsyD), Corey Guyton (PhD), Michael Branch (MBA), Derrick Sykes (MHC)
All of us were a part of this project along with two other Black scholars. We wanted to create a resource that would encourage more Black men to pursue graduate degrees. Most of us were not exposed to a lot of this information prior to attending graduate school, so we felt it was only right to make the information available for other Black men. This book is a step-by-step guide to help Black men navigate the entire graduate school process.
Author: Dr. Steven Kniffley
Factors such as homicide, imprisonment, under employment, and limited access to educational opportunities have contributed to the labeling of Black men as an “endangered species.” Utilizing the sociohistorical context of intergenerational trauma as a foundation, “Knowledge of Self: Understanding the mind of the Black male,” examines four factors related to Black male identity development including: Black masculinity, anger/aggression, emotional restriction, and racial/ethnic identity. This text is designed to serve as an empowering resource for Black men, and the helping professionals that work with them, through awareness, self-reflection, and skill building.