Protected: Psychology 101: Id, Ego, and White Supremacy

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Dana Jackson
Dana Jackson

Dana is a practicing clinical psychologist in New York state. He works with homeless families in Brooklyn and the Bronx, and with US Veterans. He is proud to have grown up in Brooklyn, in the Walt Whitman public houses of Fort Greene. Dana is a fierce advocate of unity in the Black community and believes the one true way to achieve harmony is though the systematic dismantling of white supremacy, in all its facets. Dana says: “Speaking and writing truth to power is an end to those means.” He recently published “Commitment March: The Past is Prologue,” speaking to his experiences in social activism, from the late 1980s to present day.