Maureen Walker

Getting to the Truths About Race (Video Series)

In this colloquium, Getting to the Truths About Race: Reflections on the politics of connecting in The Help, award-winning journalists Christina Robb and Callie Crossley and psychologist-scholar Maureen Walker, Ph.D. discussed The Help and relationships between African American and white women. Learn more about the Jean Baker Miller Training Institute at www.jbmti.org/ and Wellesley Centers …

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Roundtable Discussion on Relational Cultural Theory

Wellesely College: Roundtable discussions with Amy Banks, M.D., Director of Advanced Training, Judy Jordan, Ph.D., Director and Founding Scholar, and Maureen Walker, Ph.D., Director of Program Development. Learn more about the Jean Baker Miller Training Institute at www.jbmti.org/ and Wellesley Centers for Women at www.wcwonline.org.   Part 1: Founding of Relational-Cultural Theory A discussion about …

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Who Do You Think You Are: Moving Beyond Words to Rewrite Our Racial Narrative

We are more alike than we are unalike – or so says the often-quoted poem by Maya Angelou. Yet a substantial part of our cultural heritage is a racialized narrative that not only emphasizes our differences, but also ranks them as indicators of human worth. Such a narrative can only reproduce pervasive and chronic disconnection. …

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