In this course, Dr. Akinyele Umoja discusses the complex ways that resistance activities form a foundation for psychological wellbeing among people of African descent. Using the example of Mississippi based civil rights workers, Dr. Umoja provides insight into protective barriers African American communities used to address racial terrorism.
CE/Professional Development Credit(s): 1
- Describe key strategies associated with resistance movements within the United States.
- Analyze concepts of freedom and resistance in the context of oppression.
- Identify the psychological benefits of engaging in acts of resistance for people of African ancestry.
Level: All Levels
Length: 1 hour & 3 mins
Format: Asynchronous (self-paced)
Obtaining a CE/Professional Development Certificate:
In order to obtain a CE/Professional Development certificate, you must complete all sections of this course, score 80% or more on the quiz (multiple attempts are provided) and, fill out a satisfaction survey.
Note: The video lesson, quiz, and evaluation are formatted into separate sections. While your progress is saved after completing each section, the system will require you to complete the entire section again if you stop in the middle.
Conflict of Interest:
There are no known conflict of interests for this program.