Prejudice Is Learned:
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Board Of Directors

Sir Dr. James L.K. Gong, born in China, Master Chinese Herbalist and Acupuncturist, Qi-Gong Specialist, President of the Acupuncture Association of ... Read more»

Board of Directors

Sir Dr. James L.K. Gong, born in China, Master Chinese Herbalist and Acupuncturist, Qi-Gong Specialist, President of the Acupuncture Association of Chinatown, renowned Acupunturist for over 30 years, Ambassador-At-Large in the Orient for- and Knighted by- The Royal Order of The Knights of Malta, well-respected, well traveled businessman and valued contributor to community affairs in New York City.

Dr. Mari P. Saunders is a Clinical Psychopathologist and Therapist, currently on Staff at the Urban League, Addicts Rehabilitations Center and in private practice in New York City. She received a Bachelor’s and two Master’s degrees at City College, CUNY and her Doctorate in Urban Psychology from Fordham University. She was formerly a faculty member at Herbert H. Lehman College of the City University of New York as a Clinical Counselor.

She is the author of numerous articles published in ESSENCE, MAHOGANY and HORIZON magazines and a former columnist for CARIBBEAT newspaper. She has appeared on several radio and TV talk shows including Sally Jessy Raphael, Rononda Watts, Jean Parr, and she hosted her own TELEQUEST radio program on WMCA in 1983.

She is the psychological mentor and co-founder of the Institute for “Interracial” Harmony, Inc., and has lectured on the subjects of racism/colorism and intimate relationships at many colleges and universities throughout the United States through the Program Corporation of America.

She is a member of MENSA, Phi Delta Kappa and Fordham University Alumni Association. She currently resides in New York City.

Carol Taylor R.N., President/Founder of The Institute for “Interracial” Harmony, Incorporated, she invented the concept of Racism/Colorism Quotient Testing individuals. She was the First Black U.S. Flight Attendant, is the author of The Little Black Book: Black Male Survival in America: Staying Alive & Well in an Institutionally Racist Society. She has consistently struggled against what she calls ‘untreated racism/colorism’ for decades and is committed to healing society of its widespread denial of conditioned discrimination against human beings so that all people, especially the children, may have the opportunity of living in communities free of being adversely judged on the basis of their color.

Jean Wilkins Dember, MHS, is well known and respected for her indomitable and persistent struggles against racism/colorism, especially within the Catholic Church. Usually working behind the scenes, she has fomented important changes in Mental Health arenas all over the United States. She founded the organization, Afrikans United For Sanity Now, which has received many awards for combatting inequities against people of color down through the years.

Laurence W. Legall currently advises on and develops Affirmative Action plans for some of America’s Fortune 500 companies. His experience with organizing Diversity Programs is extensive. He sat as Chair and Information Offficer to the United Nations NGO December 12th coalition to organize and draft an extensive report on “Racism/Colorism and Its Impact on the Black African American Community and People of Color,” which was submitted to the United Nations World Conference Against Racism and Xenophobia in 2001. He has published many articles addressing racism/colorism in American society and has worked with the United Nations Chief Officer of Information for the UNICEF Emergency Relief Newspaper.

Juli Kempner has been a practicing attorney and activist for the past fifteen years. Involved in many community organizations in Brooklyn and Manhattan, advocating for the rights of the homeless, tenants, women on welfare and victims of police brutality, she has written extensively in local newspapers about police brutality particularly in the context of racism within our communities. Ms Kempner is currently studying for a Masters Degree in Social Work at Hunter College in New York City.