Fulani, Lenora (Branch)

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FULANI, Lenora (Branch)

FULANI, Lenora (Branch). American, b. 1950. Genres: Politics/Government. Career: Political party leader, psychologist, and social therapist. Associated with Rockefeller Institute, NYC, 1970s; associated with New York Institute for Social Therapy and Research; East Side Center for Short Term Psychotherapy, NYC, psychotherapist; National Alliance Party, founder, presidential candidate, 1988 and 1992; "This Way for Black Empowerment" (newspaper column), columnist; All-Stars Talent Show Network, founder; Fulani! (television show), host. Publications: The Making of a Fringe Candidate, 1992. EDITOR: The Politics of Race and Gender in Therapy, 1988; The Psychopathology of Everyday Racism and Sexism, 1988. Contributor to books. Address: 225 Broadway RM 2010, New York, NY 10007-3001, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]

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