Are these black men our brothers?

Are these black men our brothers?

Sometimes when I pass black men of worsening social stature on the street there arises a feeling of connection - an almost inexplicable affinity to these men.

Dr. James Davison, Jr. is an African-American licensed psychologist and university professor. He conducts a private practice in Seattle, Washington, and has appeared on several nationally-aired programs including The Phil Donahue Show, National Public Radio’s All Things Considered and C-SPAN. Dr. Davison hails from Philadelphia, and is the author of several books - Prisoners Of Our Past and Sweet Release - related to individuality and personal freedom for African-Americans.

Beyond Each Other: Freedom From the Black Community

Beyond Each Other: Freedom From the Black Community

The concept of “the black community” has evolved an essence in and of itself, too often overshadowing many of the folk who comprise the community. Through narrowness of thought, the black community reproaches those members who dare stray from its ideological clutches.

Dr. James Davison, Jr. is an African-American licensed psychologist and university professor. He conducts a private practice in Seattle, Washington, and has appeared on several nationally-aired programs including The Phil Donahue Show, National Public Radio’s All Things Considered and C-SPAN. Dr. Davison hails from Philadelphia, and is the author of several books - Prisoners Of Our Past and Sweet Release - related to individuality and personal freedom for African-Americans.

A Black Psychologist Weighs In On Ferguson

A Black Psychologist Weighs In On Ferguson

This message is from a black psychologist for the adults in and around Ferguson whose intention is to cause unrest as an aftermath of the jury’s decision.

Dr. James Davison, Jr. is an African-American licensed psychologist and university professor. He conducts a private practice in Seattle, Washington, and has appeared on several nationally-aired programs including The Phil Donahue Show, National Public Radio’s All Things Considered and C-SPAN. Dr. Davison hails from Philadelphia, and is the author of several books - Prisoners Of Our Past and Sweet Release - related to individuality and personal freedom for African-Americans.