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Currents, Journal of Diversity Scholarship for Social Change is an open access multidisciplinary journal that offers cutting-edge diversity scholarship and research to inform researchers, practitioners, leaders, policymakers, and the broader public conversation. All papers undergo a two-part review process including a review by content experts and review for public accessibility.

Currents is the journal of the National Center for Institutional Diversity at the University of Michigan and is published by Michigan Publishing.

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Call for Papers
Posted by Currents Editorial Team on 2022-04-06

Call for Papers: Are Anti-Racism Efforts Having an Impact in Organizations and Communities? SUBMISSION DEADLINES Letter of intent deadline June 1, 2022 Full-length manuscript submission deadline by January 31, 2023 GUEST EDITORS Robert Sellers, University of Michigan (PhD in Personality Psychology)  Lynn Perry Wooten, Simmons University (PhD in Business [...]

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Volume 2 • Issue 1 • 2022 • Mental Health among Marginalized Communities

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Introduction: Mental Health among Marginalized Communities

Tabbye Maria Chavous, Sherry D. Molock and Laura Sanchez-Parkinson

2022-02-19 Volume 2 • Issue 1 • 2022 • Mental Health among Marginalized Communities

Enhancing Transformative Social-Emotional Learning with Intergroup Dialogue: An Exploratory Study

Annahita Ball and Candra Skryzpek

2022-02-19 Volume 2 • Issue 1 • 2022 • Mental Health among Marginalized Communities

Skillful Sailors of Impossible Seas: Exploring Black Older Adults’ Experience with Chronic Stress and Mental Health

Lauren Leigh Brown

2022-02-19 Volume 2 • Issue 1 • 2022 • Mental Health among Marginalized Communities

Information Needs for an Online Resource for LGBTQ+ Young People: Mental Health, Sexual Health, and Navigating Services

Daniel Delmonaco, Shannon Li, Christian Paneda, Luna Hughson, Elliot Popoff, Laura Jadwin-Cakmak, Gary Harper and Oliver L. Haimson

2022-02-19 Volume 2 • Issue 1 • 2022 • Mental Health among Marginalized Communities

Racial Climate and Mental Health Service Utilization among Black College Students at Diverse Institutions

Seanna Leath and Martinque Jones

2022-02-19 Volume 2 • Issue 1 • 2022 • Mental Health among Marginalized Communities

Black Doctoral Students’ Mental Health: Unmasking Student Experiences

Carmen Michele McCallum, Allison Boone, Susanna Long, Kellyn Mackerl-Cooper, Elijah Vasquez and Gloryvee Fonseca-Borlin

2022-02-19 Volume 2 • Issue 1 • 2022 • Mental Health among Marginalized Communities

Mental Health and Resilience Among LGBTQ+ College Students with Disabilities

Ryan A. Miller, Richmond D. Wynn, Bryan Stare, Johnine Williamson and Lex Guo

2022-02-19 Volume 2 • Issue 1 • 2022 • Mental Health among Marginalized Communities

“It’s a stomachache filled with stress”: Tracing the Uneven Spillover Effects of Racialized Police Violence using Twitter Data

Hajar Yazdiha and Courtney E Boen

2022-02-19 Volume 2 • Issue 1 • 2022 • Mental Health among Marginalized Communities

Parent-Child Relationships and Mental Health in the Transition to Adulthood by Race and Ethnicity

Xing Zhang and Annaliese Grant

2022-02-19 Volume 2 • Issue 1 • 2022 • Mental Health among Marginalized Communities