A quarterly publication of the Office of Ethnic Minority Affairs (OEMA)
Special Section on Orlando Tragedy
- Sad and senseless: APA responds to the tragedy in Orlando
APA and psychologists respond to Orlando shooting.
- NLPA/Orgullo SIG Joint Statements on Orlando
National Latina/o Psychological Association and the Orgullo Special Interest Group release statements on the Orlando mass shootings.
- Critical incident in Orlando: An NLPA member’s perspective
An NLPA member considers the complexity of the Orlando tragedy.
- AGUILAS responds to the Orlando tragedy
Press release from the Asamblea Gay Unida Impactando Latinos A Superarse (AGUILAS), the world’s oldest Latino LGBT advocacy organization.
- The Asian American Psychological Association (AAPA) releases statement on the Orlando shooting
AAPA offers condolences and ongoing support in response to Orlando violence.
2016 APA Annual Convention in Denver, Aug. 4-7
- Interview with an eminent psychologist: Richard M. Suinn, PhD
Committee on Ethnic Minority Affairs chairperson Scott L. Graves, Jr., interviews former APA President Richard M. Suinn, PhD.
- Ethnic minorities programming in Denver
Selected ethnic minorities programming at the APA 124th Convention.
- Calling all early career psychologists attending the APA Convention
The APA Office on Early Career Psychologists and the APA Committee on Early Career Psychologists welcome ECPs to Denver.
- CEMA on the radio
CEMA Past-Chairperson Sandra Mattar, PhD, interviewed on immigrant populations issues.
- APA CEMRRAT2 Task Force: June 2016 meeting
CEMRRAT2 Task Force annual meeting held in Washington, D.C.
- Update on the Council of National Psychological Associations for the Advancement of Ethnic Minority Interests (CNPAAEMI)
Recent CNPAAEMI activities.
- Student Corner: Recent OEMA interns
Interns describe their experiences at APA and beyond.
- Government relations/public policy update
PI Government Relations Office collaborates on congressional briefing: “Eliminating Health Disparities Among Boys and Men.”
- Gwendolyn P. Keita, PhD, to retire in January 2017
Public Interest Director Keita to retire after 30 years with APA.
- APA hires new senior director for Office of International Affairs
Amanda Clinton has considerable experience with mental health reform efforts and international programs.
- APA appoints members to three work groups created in February 2016
Work groups will review organizational and civility policies and procedures, and develop guidelines regarding task force selection.
- Asian American Psychological Association (AAPA) 2016 Annual Meeting in Denver
AAPA 2016 convention will convene on Wednesday, Aug. 3, in Denver.
- Association of Black Psychologists (ABPsi) 2016 International Convention
ABPsi to convene Aug. 10–13 in Crystal City, Va.
- The NLPA Conference: Sept. 29–Oct. 2, 2016
The NLPA biennial conference is scheduled in Orlando.
- Caribbean Regional Conference of Psychology 2016
The conference, “Promoting Caribbean Health With Multiculturalism and Multilingualism: Challenges and Opportunities,” will take place in Port au Prince, Haiti.
- Henry Tomes Awards for the Advancement of Ethnic Minority Psychology
CNPAAEMI is accepting nominations for the Henry Tomes Awards.
- The CEMRRAT2 Task Force seeks proposals for student travel and publication grants
CEMRRAT2 Task Force seeks proposals for its Travel and Publication Grant for Students of Color Pursuing Careers in Psychology.
- From capacity to success: Hispanic-serving institutions (HSIs), Title V and Latino students
Brief examination of the impact of 20 years of investment in HSIs.
HSI Center for Policy & Practice (HSI-CP2)
The HSI Center for Policy & Practice (HSI-CP2) is an online resource of data and research on policies and proven practices focused on HSIs.