Table of contents for Racism in the United States : implications for the helping professions / Joshua Miller, Ann Marie Garran.


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CHAPTER J
Background: Social Identity and Situating Ourselves
CHAPTER 2
What Is Racism? 13
CHAPTER 3
A Brief History of Racism in the United States and
Implications for the Helping Professions 34
CHAPTER 4
The Web of Institutional Racism  61
CHAPTER 5
Why Is It so Difficult for People with Privilege
to See Racism? 87
CHAPTER 6
Social Identity Formation and Group Membership  103
CHAPTER
Intersectionality: Racism and Other Forms
of Social Oppression  i34
CHAPTER 8
Racial Dialogue: Talking about Race and Racism  163
CHAPTER 9
Responses to Racism in the Community  183
CHAPTER 10
Confronting Racism in Agencies and Organizations 209
CHAPTER 1II
Cross-Racial Clinical Work 226
CHAPTER 12
Teaching about Racism  252
CHAPTER 13
Dismantling Racism: Creating the Web of Resistance 275



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Racism United States, United States Race relations, Human services Moral and ethical aspects, Social service Moral and ethical aspects