Diversity Conference: What Does White Supremacy Look Like in the Immigrant Experience? with Usha Tummala Narra, PhD

Co-sponsored with the Center for Psychoanalytic Studies September 11, 2021 9:00 AM – 12:15 PM 3.0 CE/CMEs Diversity Zoom Platform – REGISTER HERE Members $80 Non-Members $100 ECP/Students $40 Fanon Fund (Black / Indigenous Participants) $0   Abstract: The presence and growing visibility of racial minority immigrants in the United Read more…

Community Event – “Bang on the bars or be part of the death squad:” The violence of othering, mass incarceration, and the choice before us. Anthony R. Hinton and Elizabeth Kita, PhD

November 18, 2021 7:00 – 9:00 PM Central Time Presented by Anthony R. Hinton and Elizabeth Kita, PhD. Mr. Hinton served 30 years on Alabama’s death row for a crime he did not commit. Abstract: In his book about his experience of (barely) surviving a “legal lynching” in the form Read more…

Fanon Fund

As an investment in our community, Austin Psychoanalytic, as initiated by our board members of color, is now offering free membership and entry to all events for Black and Indigenous people. Click here to apply. Frantz Omar Fanon (1925-1961) was a West Indian psychoanalytically informed psychiatrist and philosopher. Whereas psychoanalysis Read more…

Dear AP Community,  We are living in extraordinary times, both for our nation and the world. The COVID19 crisis has upended life as we know it and has forced us to change our mode of living, working and connecting with others. Amidst this backdrop of loss and change we are Read more…