On the heels of our nation and the world facing the unprecedented health crisis of the COVID-19 pandemic, we continue to confront the social injustices and engrained biases that have plagued our country since before its founding. We must come together to expand our knowledge of the social complexities and societal breakdowns that are fueling this crisis and may potentially impede us for generations to come. Hear from experts who will share their experiences and offer steps so that we can become the change we want to see in the world.
Marva M. Robinson, Psy.D., NSU Alumna, Licensed Clinical Psychologist, The Association of Black Psychologists Midwestern Regional Representative, Community Crisis Specialist, and proud mom
John E. Lewis, Ph.D., Professor and Chair of the NSU Department of Clinical and School Psychology
Stephen N. Campbell, Ph.D., Associate Professor, NSU Department of Clinical and School Psychology
Tara C. Raines, Ph.D., NCSP, Alumna, Associate Professor, University of Denver
Stacy A. S. Williams, PhD., NCSP, Associate Professor, Marist College
Hosts: Suzanne-Joy O’Sullivan, M.A. & Carlos Manuel Perez, Ed.D.