Racism and Invisibility

  title={Racism and Invisibility},
  author={A. Franklin and N. Boyd-Franklin and Shalonda Kelly},
  journal={Journal of Emotional Abuse},
  pages={30 - 9}
  • A. Franklin, N. Boyd-Franklin, Shalonda Kelly
  • Published 2006
  • Psychology
  • Journal of Emotional Abuse
  • SUMMARY This article presents an overview of the complex experiences of racism and the invisibility syndrome as they relate to issues of race-related stress, emotional abuse, and psychological trauma for people of color. Racism, through domination, power, and White privilege, is manifested in its individual, institutional, and cultural forms. Race-related stress is discussed as an outcome of perceived racism creating emotional abuse and psychological trauma. Consequences of racism are… CONTINUE READING
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