This poster displays the findings of a photovoice study with Black teens of their experiences of their own racial identity in their families, schools, and communities. Presenters will provide implications for counselors who are interested in learning more about Black teens’ experiences of race. Further, our poster will serve as an example of youth-focused participatory action research (PAR) that invites community trust and engagement to bring about social change.
Counselors will learn how Black teens in this study experience their own racial identity.
Counselors will learn implications for counseling of how Black teens experience their own racial identity.
Counselors will learn how they can conduct a photovoice project on an issue of concern in order to capture the issue from the lens of those impacted.