OLLI Course: A Compassionate View of Racism Combined Destinies: Whites Sharing Grief About Racism (Potomac Books, 2013) invites readers to look at how white Americans have been hurt by racist conditioning and the separation that institutionalized racism engenders. Editors Ann Todd Jealous and Caroline T. Haskell, both experienced psychotherapists skilled at aiding dialogue about racial issues, are cognizant
Ann and Caroline will be keynote speakers at the Stevenson School assembly meeting in honor of Martin Luther King Day.
Ann and Caroline will be selling and signing copies of Combined Destinies at the 2015 African American History Month Flag Raising Ceremony and Reception hosted by Councilmembers Ash Kalra and Chappie Jones.
The Annual Meeting is designed for clinicians, as well as mental health workers, psychiatric residents and graduate students in mental health degree programs. It is composed of two major sections: the Institute and the Conference. The Institute is held on Tuesday & Wednesday, February 24 & 25 (with Special Institute Presentations scheduled for Monday, February
On March 20, the NASW Central Coast Unit honors Caroline as Social Worker of the Year! Join the celebration!
Please join Caroline and Ann on Thursday, April 2nd from 6:00-7:30 PM at the Performing Arts Center at Hartnell College, 411 Central Avenue, Salinas, for a discussion about how racism affects not Blacks, but Whites. Together with contributing authors featured in their jointly edited book, Haskell and Jealous invite community conversation that encourages self-examination and compassion, inviting