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PTCMW Discussion on Engaging Members in Fighting Racial Discrimination and Inequality

06/04/2020 11:56 AM | Anonymous

In the spirit of the message conveyed by the PTCMW Board Members, this thread is a placeholder to encourage our members to share and access relevant resources, connect with others, and collaborate. 

The Board will be posting resources as they become available. Feel free to post your own resources, thoughts, or requests for assistance below.

Blacks in I/O is a professional networking and learning association for Black Industrial Organizational Psychologists, Practitioners, and Students. You can learn more about how to get involved and support the work they do by going to their website, here: http://blacksiniopsych.com/

The I/O Coffee House, which began as an open forum to discuss the place of I/O Psych during and after the COVID-19 pandemic, hold weekly informal discussions. This past week (6/3), the group held a meeting in conjunction with Directors of I/O Graduate Programs Internationally and Blacks in I/O to discuss what I/O can do to lead in anti-racism, diversity, equity, and inclusion. This theme is likely to continue into future weekly meetings. Interested PTCMW members can email iocoffeehouse@gmail.com to express interest in joining the conversations.



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