Celebrating Black History Month

Celebrating Black History Month

Categories: AACC BLOG

We want to pause to recognize and celebrate Black History Month. As seen with recent events, we still have work to do to heal the current political divide and racial tension. Our mission is to be agents of reconciliation together. 

Recently, AACC President, Dr. Tim Clinton, sat down with Alveda King, the niece of Martin Luther King, Jr., on Family Talk to share a message of hope for Black History Month.

Listen to Celebrating Black History: One Family’s Story – Part 1: https://www.drjamesdobson.org/broadcasts/celebrating-black-history-one-family-s-story-part-1

Celebrating Black History: One Family’s Story – Part 2: https://www.drjamesdobson.org/broadcasts/celebrating-black-history-one-family-s-story-part-2.

May we be reminded to stand in the gap and contribute to the rich culture and significance that African-Americans have made in the world we live in today.

How You Can Help

The AACC’s Multicultural Division (MCD) exists to promote greater awareness and understanding of multiculturalism and the impact of cultural and ethnic differences on the counseling process, the counseling profession, and other helping professions. The MCD mission is to provide culturally-competent leadership, research, training, and development for multicultural Christian counseling professionals, focusing on spiritual, racial, ethnic, and cultural competency when counseling across various cultures, specifically African-American, Latino-American, Asian-American, and Native-American.

Getting involved and becoming a member is easy. To learn more or to join the AACC’s Multicultural Division (MCD), please visit https://www.aacc.net/product/multi-cultural-division/.

May the Lord continue to bless and use you to feed the sheep!

Mark Crear, Ph.D., is the director of the AACC’s Multicultural Division. To learn more about Mark, please visit: https://markcrear.com/

Please pray for all God is doing in and through the MCD. If you would like to join the MCD, visit https://www.aacc.net/product/multi-cultural-division/.