This course examines the praxis (practice and theory) of social justice through psychologies of liberation and decolonization. The focus is on a critical understanding of radical moments of theorizing and action and will examine psychologies created to resist broad social systems of colonization and control. Students interrogate contemporary issues of inequity embedded within systems of privilege and how these systems create as much as reflect psychological phenomena. (Cross-listed with Diversity and Social Justice Studies 4720). Three hours a week. 08-01-2020-01-04-2020 Lecture Wednesday 01:30PM - 04:20PM, Irving Chemistry Ctr, Room 202