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The Making of a Psychologist
by Dr. Earl Bracy
This book brings to life the struggles that black people, especially in the deep South, had to endure at the hands of a white society that relegated them to second-class citizenship. Against all odds, many southern blacks were able to rise above hatred and bigotry. This book traces the life of a black clinical psychologist as he makes his northern migration and encounters even a deeper form of racial hatred and bigotry. This book touches the core of ones soul and will change your heart in a way that youve never imagined.About the Author
Dr. Bracy candidly talks about his humble beginnings in the segregated South. He talks about his roots in Fairhope, Alabama, and how racial prejudice, injustice, discrimination, and racial stereotypes impacted his life and led him on a journey to improve the lives of others. He also shares his trials, tribulations, heartaches, challenges, obstacles, and joys. Many people do not fully understand the impact that discrimination and second-class citizenship have on a persons psyche. Dr. Bracy has lived through the era of Jim Crowism and is a witness to its negative effects.
Dr. Bracy received his bachelors degree in psychology from the University of Wisconsin at Milwaukee and his masters and doctorate in clinical psychology from the Illinois School of Professional Psychology.
Dr. Bracy is also the author of Too Young to Die: Inner-City Adolescent Homicides. (2010, paperback, 280 pages)