Fall Research Expo 2021

Black Youth IMPACT Project

Black Youth IMPACT Project is the home of two studies—a literature review and qualitative study—that seek to understand how Black youth make meaning of and navigate racism. Our goal, through this project, is to create community organizations and programs that adequately meet the needs of Black youth, in light of our understanding of their thoughts and perceptions of racism, in addition to their responses to racism.

PRESENTED BY
PURM - Penn Undergraduate Research Mentoring Program
College of Arts & Sciences 2024
Advised By
Dr. Nkemka Anyiwo
Provost and NSF Postdoctoral Fellow in the Graduate School of Education
Dr. Howard Stevenson
Constance Clayton Professor of Urban Education, Professor of Africana Studies, and Director, Racial Empowerment Collaborative
Join
  • Janay
  • Derick
  • Indya
for a virtual discussion
PRESENTED BY
PURM - Penn Undergraduate Research Mentoring Program
College of Arts & Sciences 2024
Advised By
Dr. Nkemka Anyiwo
Provost and NSF Postdoctoral Fellow in the Graduate School of Education
Dr. Howard Stevenson
Constance Clayton Professor of Urban Education, Professor of Africana Studies, and Director, Racial Empowerment Collaborative

Comments

What a compelling, cohesive, and coordinated elevator pitch!  I have such respect for well-structured, community-based research.  Are you all in touch with your fellow presenter, Dallas Ryan, whose poster is entitled “Association Between Discrimination Stress and Suicidality in Pre-Adolescent Youth”?  I’m thinking your respective groups could learn a lot from each other.  I hope you’ll connect!