- 1. Introduction: Father Boniface Hardin, host, with guest Mrs. Mynell Gardner. Introduces the topic of Black psychology, or the psychic problems that plague the soul of the Black man. (03:07)
- 2. Discussion of Black men needing to find their place in society based on historical and academic exclusion. (02:54)
- 3. Fr. Hardin talks about self-identification and how that is constantly transforming over time. (04:20)
- 4. Fr. Hardin discusses “the seeking of the truth” and the need to recognize race when seeking identity. (01:00)
- 5. Mrs. Gardner speaks on the need for Black psychologists who have dealt with their own Blackness. She discusses why Black individuals need a Black psychologist to truly understand them. (05:21)
- 6. Discussion of Black psychologists being trained by white institutions and how that impacts their relationship with Black patients. (02:22)
- 7. Fr. Hardin and Mrs. Gardner discuss the different responses of Black and white individuals to the same media. (05:21)
- 8. Fr. Hardin talks about the Martin Center and its work in racial psychology. (03:16)
- 9. Discussion of the pressure on Black individuals to self-identify in certain ways. (00:40)
- 10. Conclusion: Fr. Hardin invites all listeners, regardless of race, to get involved in the Martin Center and its work with racial issues. (02:54)
- Main contributors
Hardin, Father Boniface; Gardner, Mynell
Father Boniface Hardin hosts a discussion with Mrs. Mynell Gardner on Black psychology. They discuss the unique psychic issues afflicting Black individuals, especially those relating to self-identification, and how Black psychologists are necessary to work through these issues. Fr. Hardin speaks about the Martin Center and its work in racial psychology.
- Physical Description
1 audiotape (analog) (31:15) : 7 in.
Radio series: Afro-American in Indiana
- Other Identifiers
Other: OR 264; Collection Identifier: SC 165; MDPI Barcode: 40000001808486
This item is accessible by: the public.