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MP3  is a small group counseling experience that exists to empower Black male student athletes.


 
OUR TEAM

Paul C. Harris, Ph.D

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Dr. Harris, the founder of the MP3 program, is an assistant professor of education at the University of Virginia where he leads the MP3 research lab. His research focuses on finding practical, effective ways to promote the college and career readiness of historically marginalized populations, particularly Black male student-athletes. He can be reached at pch3y@virginia.edu

CONTRIBUTORS

Graduate students

Bethany Bagley; Rachel Desmond; Ray Hines; Brian Emberly; Cameron MacDonald; Allison Piotrowski; Najwa Tatby; Sarah Wiener; Andrea Xisto

Scholars

Erik Hines, Florida State University

Darren Kelly, University of Texas - Austin

Renae D. Mayes, Ball State University

Antoinette Thomas, University of Virginia

Derick Williams, University of Virginia

Community

Carol Freeman, School Counselor

David Wilkerson, School Counselor

Maurice Clarett, Athlete & Entrepreneur

EMPOWERMENT

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CRITICAL CONSCIOUSNESS

Increased awareness of oppression in society and the sociopolitical implications that follow

POSITIVE IDENTITY

Development of empowering, positive identities in and out of sport

SOCIAL ACTION

Facilitating change in their environment

 
 

SELECT PUBLICATIONS

Harris, P. C., Mayes, R. D., Freeman, C., **Eberly, B., **Tatby, N., & **Wiener, S. (in press). Men passionately pursuing purpose: A group counseling intervention for Black male student athletes. Journal for Specialists in Group Work.

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