Black History Month
Monday, Feb 25, 2013

     Dr. Earl Bracy has endured prejudice and discrimination the likes of which many Americans, black and white, will never know.  Born and raised in the deep, segregated south, as a young boy, Dr. Bracy fell prey to the outright bigotry and hatred that was characteristic of Alabama in the 1950’s and 1960’s – and ultimately overcame it in order to help others rise above similar traumas.  Framing this extraordinarily timely social issue through his own heart wrenching and inspiring personal story, Dr. Bracy’s perspective on the racial tensions that exist in America today is highlighted by his work as a practicing clinical psychologist.

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