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Talk on coping with racism set Dec. 5

James M. Jones, professor of psychology and director of UD’s Black American Studies Program
3:51 p.m., Nov. 30, 2005--“Coping with the Universality of Racism: Blacks’ Transcendent Beliefs Lead to Psychological Well-Being,” a lecture by James M. Jones, UD professor of psychology and director of UD’s Black American Studies Program, is set for 12:15-1:10 p.m., Monday, Dec. 5, in 205 Gore Hall.

The final lecture in the fall Black American Studies Lecture Series, Jones’ talk will focus on the persistence of racism in the United States and will examine the TRIOS theory, a coping mechanism learned and used by blacks struggling to overcome racism.

In his lecture, Jones also will discuss black identity issues and recent research that measures blacks’ perceptions of fairness in given social situations.

The free talk is open to the public and brown bag lunches are welcome. For more information, call (302) 831-2489.

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