'Why Are All the Black Kids Sitting Together in the Cafeteria?': A Psychologist Explains the Development of Racial Identity Character Descriptions

Beverly Daniel Tatum
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Beverly Tatum

The president of Spellman College who wrote the book.

Blacks

The author is explicit about her identification within this group, meant to include almost all persons of African descent in the United States.

Whites

This is a group which the author chooses not to identify with at all.

Erik Erikson

This is the famous psychologist who developed the idea of an identity crisis.

Jean Baker Miller

This noted feminist and psychoanalyst's concept of feminist therapy influences the value-based discursive methods that the author recommends for resolving racial tensions.

William Cross

This a social psychologist whose theory of "nigrescence," or Black identification heavily influences the author.

American Indians

This is a generic racial category for all present descendants of Native Americans.

Latinos/Hispanics

This refers to an extremely broad racial category, united by a common language (Spanish) and a heavy emphasis on the maintenance of large extended...

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