Session: Examing the Impact of Policing on Black Mental Health (Society for Social Work and Research 26th Annual Conference - Social Work Science for Racial, Social, and Political Justice)

346 Examing the Impact of Policing on Black Mental Health

Sunday, January 16, 2022: 11:30 AM-1:00 PM
Archives, ML 4 (Marriott Marquis Washington, DC)
Cluster: Black and African Diaspora Focused-Research
* noted as presenting author
The Prevalence and Correlates of Exposure to Perceived Racism-Based Police Violence Among Black Emerging Adult Men and Women
Robert Motley, PhD, Boston College; Sean Joe, PhD, LMSW, Washington University in Saint Louis
Race-Moderated Associations between Ethnic Identity, Social Justice, and Beliefs about Law Enforcement Among MSW Students in the Southern United States
Youn Kyoung Kim, PhD, Louisiana State University at Baton Rouge; Catherine Lemieux, PhD, Louisiana State University at Baton Rouge
Examining the Impact of Police Practices on the Mental Health of Black Americans
Johnathan Tremblay, BA, East Tennessee State Univeristy; Manik Ahuja, PhD, East Tennessee State University
WITHDRAWN: The Experienced and Predicted Anxiety Among Black Americans Who Encountered the Police
Dasha Rhodes, PhD, Morgan State University; Laurens Van Sluytman, PhD, Morgan State University; Paul Archibald, DrPH, CUNY College of Staten Island
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