New Discourses was founded by James Lindsay and is a particularly important resource for understanding the way in which Critical Social Justice Theory is infiltrating and controlling the contemporary cultural and political landscape.
New Discourses also provides a set of excellent summary guidance on What is Anti-Racism, Resisting White Fragility in the Workplace and The Cult Dynamics of Wokeness
Areo is an online journal currently edited by Helen Pluckrose and publishes essays broadly compatible with liberal and humanist values. Its psychology section contains articles related to Critical Social Justice Theory and talking therapies.
Counterweight is a liberal humanist organisation founded by bestselling author Helen Pluckrose. Counterweight provides support and assistance to people facing illiberal policies at work, school or university and accessible scholarship exploring Critical Social Justice ideology.
Heterodox Academy was founded by the social psychologist Johnathan Haidt and Nicholas Quin Rosenkranz, a constitutional law scholar. It is a nonprofit advocacy group of academics working to counteract what they see as a lack of viewpoint diversity on college campuses especially political diversity.
Coleman Hughes provides a critical review in City Journal of How to be an Antiracist by Ibram X. Kendi
Dr Aaron Kindsvatter, Professor of Counseling at Vermont University, speaks out against the racism of anti-whiteness in the university.
Dr. Heather Evans-Brunskell’s article on the independent review comissioned to investigate the Gender Identity Development Services for children and young people at the NHS Tavistock Clinic.
Lisa Marchiano has published a peer-reviewed paper which brings Jungian perspectives to bear on transgender issues. This is a rare example of a non-orthodox position regarding these matters in the academic literature.
The recent guidelines published by The American Psychological Association (2018) for psychological practice with boys and men. It has met with significant criticism on the grounds that it characterises masculinity as toxic.
Dr. John Barry asks if there is an alternative to the APA’s new guidance for working wih boys and men.
BPS Watch is a blog that queries what is going on at The British Psychological Society.
We often discuss how this harmful ideology is impacting our profession, our clients, and college campuses. Undoctrinate.org shows us that ideological bias and orthodoxy impact the K-12 system.
Carrie Clark (under the aegis of The Free Speech Union) provides a detailed and thorough report on Unconscious Bias Training.
Theory of Enchantment, founded by Chloé Valdary, teaches social emotional learning, character development, and interpersonal growth for children and adults. Chloé’s vision can help us do diversity and inclusion without inflaming the culture wars.
The Foundation for Individual Rights in Education (FIRE) aims to defend and maintain individual rights of students and faculty members on America’s college campuses, including the rights of freedom of speech, freedom of association, due process, legal equality, religious liberty, and sanctity of conscience.
There is a common misconception that the resistance to critical social justice comes from specific demographic groups. However, critics of the ideology come from an array of backgrounds. Read here how a new intelligentsia is pushing back against woke ideology.
To obtain socially just societies, we have to be able to work together, even and especially with those we disagree with. Don’t Divide Us attempts to help us build a united front with which to fix the injustices we all want to rectify.
Persuasion is a new platform for supporters of free speech and free institutions. It hosts a publication for interesting ideas and is a convener of pressing debates.
The Equiano Project, named after the 18th-century writer and abolitionist Olaudah Equiano, is a debate, discussion and ideas forum which aims to promote freedom, humanism, and universalism. TEP was founded by Inaya Folarin Iman, with the core value of making judgements on the content of one’s character, not the color of one’s skin.
A psychologist interviews Professor Gad Saad, author of a new book titled The Parasitic Mind – an important concept for understanding how an ideology can capture a culture.
Two therapists, Stella O’Malley and Sasha Ayad, have just launched an important new podcast that explores the expanding concept of ‘gender’ from a depth psychology perspective.
A very interesting paper that explores the experience of a student on a Critical Social Justice-informed psychology/counselling training programme delivered within the complex cultural context of South Africa.
A very interesting paper that explores the experience of a student on a Critical Social Justice-informed psychology/counselling programme delivered in the complex cultural context of South Africa.