NY Center members Dr. Ellen Short and Dr. Leo Wilton are proud to announce the release of their new book entitled "Talking About Structural Inequalities in Everyday Life: New Politics of Race in Groups, Organizations, and Social Systems."  

The book provides critical attention to contemporary, innovative, and cutting‐edge issues in group, organizational, and social systems that address the complexities of racialized structural inequalities in everyday life. This book provides a comprehensive focus on systemic, societal, and organizational functioning in a variety of contexts in advancing the interdisciplinary fields of human development, counseling, social work, education, public health, multiculturalism/cultural studies, and organizational consultation. 



The book can be purchased through Amazon, and more information can be found here.


NY Center member Timothy Gatlin was recently promoted to Lt. Col in the United States Army.  Tim is a long-standing member of the group relations community, and the NY Center is proud to know him, support him, and call him a 'friend.'  NY Center president Howard Friedman and his wife Jill were honored to have attended the ceremony at the Pentagon.



Our very own Anne Mineko Legendy recently defended her dissertation, and can now officially put those three letters after her name.  Please join us in congratulating Anne.  That's Anne, PhD.  |  New York, NY  |  An Affiliate of AKRI