Volume 54, Number 2 Spring 2021

From the Editors  

Written by Dominique Thomas, Independent Scholar and Allana Zuckerman, Mesa Community College


Hello everyone! We are excited to bring you another issue of The Community Psychologist

There is another fantastic set of articles focusing on projects and work across the field. We want to provide you with a preview of this spring’s issue.

  • As you may have just read in the President’s Column, SCRA President Bianca Guzman provides updates from the Executive Committee Mid-Winter Meeting and progress made in response to the call to action against anti-blackness.

  • After a hiatus we have the return of Living Community Psychology. Gloria Levin features professor Christopher Beasley.

  • We also have several submissions From Members including a duo of articles from Pacifica Graduate Institute.

  • In the Education Connection, the Council of Education outlines their recently funded Racial Justice Inquiry, Discourse, Action (RJIDA) Initiative.

  • We recorded the first episode of TCP podcast and Real Talk will be a preview of the discussions and topics we covered. This issue’s Reading Circle includes citations from our podcast episode.

  • We want to send a congratulations to our new Executive Director Amber Kelly!

We hope you enjoy this issue of The Community Psychologist! If you want to submit for the upcoming Summer issue, submissions are due May 15. We are also open to proposed special features on important topics.

Dominique and Allana

TCP Editor and TCP Associate Editor