Author Archives: clinicmatters
Hello all! I just wanted to share that Dear White People will be playing at the Lyric in December (6-11). You can go to the event information page to see more about specific times.
This video is making the rounds on the Internet again (a more complete version here). It shows a news station interviewing a 4-year-old black boy after a shooting in a neighborhood. The news station cuts away from the interview before the boy … Continue reading
I like the word inclusion. It means action. It forces needed change to take place. I think we can understand the importance of diversity and multiculturalism. We should assume heterogeneity. It is necessary to be knowledgeable of differences and prejudice … Continue reading
A Chorus Line had a huge impact on me the first time I saw it. It resonated so deeply with me, because it told the hidden stories we all have inside. Our desires, our hopes, our fears. The song What … Continue reading
I thought I would share some links that I have found helpful when discussing prejudice and privilege in my classroom. These are topics that come up so often, especially when discussing mental health issues. First, an interesting video here that … Continue reading
I’m excited to learn more through Connected Courses!
As a student, a lot of the best discussions I’ve had related to research or education has been with friends at a restaurant. We have a couple of drinks and soon we are talking about the meaning of life (42, … Continue reading
For those who don’t know, check out the meme Thanks, Obama! here for the reference. It is always nice to have somebody to blame for your issues, no matter how ridiculous the target is. Anyway, I’ve been thinking about what … Continue reading
While the title of this post was just to get your attention, I do think that failures can occur in trying to spread education to as wide an audience as possible. The Boston Globe posted this article back in March about … Continue reading