Janessa Garcia & Nina Parekh, Editors
Welcome to Issue V of Psychology from the Margins. This issue's theme is Redefining Our Roots: Addressing the Historically Silenced Origins of Psychology Through Research, Practice and Advocacy.
This issue is particularly special, in that our authors took the opportunity to examine a breadth of experiences founded in oppression, including the history of harm inflicted on racial minority populations, men who have experienced childhood sexual assault, substance use and opioid use disorder treatments for previously incarcerated people, Black individuals’ experiences with colorism, and culturally-informed treatment modalities. We admire these authors’ willingness to address commonly stigmatized topics and provide resources towards the advancement of the field of psychology.
We would like to thank you for reading these important scholarly contributions and encourage you to critically examine how you would like to contribute to our ongoing goal of centering those who have been historically pushed to the margins.
History Untold: A Historical Review of Psychological Harm of Racialized Minorities
Coralann M. Garcia and Kyana D. Hamilton
Colorism Among Black Youth in the United States: An Examination of Impacts on Education
Jasmine Major, Teneeshia R. Johnson, Antoinette Wilson, and Stacie DeFreitas
Survivor Experiences of Male Childhood Sexual Abuse: A Literature Review
Elizabeth Burch B.S., Joseph T. Kenneally Psy.D., and Stephanie Zepeda PhD
Evaluating SUD/OUD Treatment Outcomes Related to Vocational Success for Previously Incarcerated Persons: A Review
DorisAnn MM McGinnis and Saba Rasheed Ali