The authors provide an exploration of the philosophical concepts of Black existentialism. Black existentialism is presented as a philosophical alternative to European existentialism to inform humanistic practices in addressing racial and social inequality. Implications for scholarly discourse are provided, and areas for future research are explored.
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Vereen, Linwood G.; Wines, Lisa A.; Lemberger-Truelove, Tamiko; Hannon, Michael; Howard, Natasha; and Burt, Isaac, "Black Existentialism: Extending the Discourse on Meaning and Existence" (2017). Department of Counseling Scholarship and Creative Works. 14.
Vereen, L. G., Wines, L. A., LEMBERGER‐TRUELOVE, T. A. M. I. K. O., Hannon, M. D., Howard, N., & Burt, I. (2017). Black existentialism: Extending the discourse on meaning and existence. The Journal of Humanistic Counseling, 56(1), 72-84.