Hidden Histories: Black in Psychology
Resource provider: University of Manchester
Hidden Histories: Black in Psychology is a booklet produced by Parise Carmichael-Murphy, a PhD Education student at The University of Manchester, and Dr Adam Danquah, a Senior Lecturer at UoM and illustrated by India Joseph, a freelance illustrator who also studied Psychology. It is a resource for young people who are interested in learning more about psychology. The booklet celebrates the contributions of 15 Black pioneers in psychology whose work has shaped understanding and practice in the field today. There is also input from leading psychologists about their experiences of training and working in this subject area as well as some food for thought around how psychology can help to address racism and achieve social change.