Representing the United Peoples of Black America is Dr. Daniel Hollar
Dr. Hollar completed his PhD in Clinical Psychology from Florida State University, where he taught general psychology, worked with juvenile sex offenders and forensic psychiatric inpatients. Upon graduation he was began a Visiting Professorship at Florida A&M University, where he taught multiple undergraduate and graduate-level courses, including Introduction to Psychology, Abnormal Psychology, Personality Assessment and Psychoeducational Assessment. Currently he is working in the community doing Disability and IQ/Learning Assessments for the State of Florida. Dr. Hollar also works as a Behavioral Analyst with felony offenders who have mental illness and have been committed to a state psychiatric facility. His research investigates the role of acculturation and psychopathology which can found in his newly published book, Suicide and Eating Disordered Behavior Among Individuals of African Descent. Dr. Hollar is one of the founders of United Peoples of Black America (UPBA), a national grass roots movement focused on providing African Centered services to members of the African/Black American community as well as developing policies in 6 areas of human activity designed to foster independence and organize growth and development within the African American community.
The United Peoples of Black America (UPBA) invites you to participate in our movement to create greater solidarity among members of Black society. First and foremost, UPBA is a society and not an organization. You are a member of this society by birthright and we are not requiring you to adopt a religion, contribute financially, or participate in any overt political action, although contributions and participation are encouraged. We also are not suggesting that your racial identity is the most important aspect of your life or that you should prioritize racial politics in any prescribed way. UPBA represents the concerted efforts of a wide array of private citizens and pillar institutions that recognize the necessity of coming together in an organized and strategic manner to keep us safe and give us more control over our lives and what happens in our community.
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