Understanding White Privilege

This episode explains White privilege, related key concepts, and the implications for school psychology practice. This podcast can also be downloaded to your computer or mobile device. 

Meet the Participants

Dan Florell (Host)
Dan Florell, PhD, NCSP, is an Associate Professor at Eastern Kentucky University and the NASP Online Communication Coordinator and Historian.
Follow Dan on Twitter: @schoolpsychtech

Sherrie Proctor (Facilitator)
Sherrie L. Proctor is an Associate Professor of School Psychology at Queens College, City University of New York.
Follow Sherrie on Twitter: @sherrielproctor

Antoinette Miranda (Guest)
Dr. Antoinette Miranda is Professor and Director of the School Psychology Program at The Ohio State University.
Send an e-mail to Antoinette: miranda.2@osu.edu

Betsy Murdock (Guest)
Elizabeth "Betsy" Murdock, EdS, NCSP, is a school psychologist with Hillsborough County Public Schools.
Send an e-mail to Betsy: elizabeth.murdock@sdhc.k12.fl.us

Related Resources

Understanding Race and Privilege
This article describes the effect of privilege in society, the impact of race and privilege in school contexts, and strategies for engaging others in conversation about this topic.

Intersectionality and School Psychology: Implications for Practice
This article and accompanying graphic explain intersectionality and offers recommendations and resources to enhance school psychology practice, the application of a social justice lens, and advocacy for students. 

Lesson Plans
To facilitate conversations and activities on race and privilege, two lesson plans were created by the Social Justice Task Force. One is for use with secondary students and the other for use with school staff.