Exciting Update from The 14th Annual Conference on African/Black Psychology at Florida A&M University! 

Day 2 of the conference brought us the insightful presence of Dr. Mu-Tor Flood, a distinguished professor from Bethune-Cookman University. This renowned event has been a beacon for scholars and practitioners in the field of African/Black Psychology, fostering the celebration and exchange of research, teaching, and practice in this vital field.

This year's conference has been particularly enlightening, providing a platform for professionals from various disciplines, including social sciences, health, and helping fields, to come together for training and sharing their expertise. Attendees have been treated to brilliant presentations of original research, making this a memorable experience for all.

More importantly, the conference has facilitated connections with professionals, faculty, students, and community members from all over the country. The Association of Black Psychologists (ABPsi) has seen a strong presence in this gathering, establishing an invaluable network that will continue to grow and support the advancement of African/Black Psychology.

We are grateful for the contributions of Dr. Mu-Tor Flood and all the participants who have made this conference an immense success. Stay tuned for more updates and insights from this empowering event!