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Gump, J. (2014). Discovery and Repair: Discussion of the Article by Lynne Jacobs. Psychoanal. Inq., 34(7):759-765.

(2014). Psychoanalytic Inquiry, 34(7):759-765

Discovery and Repair: Discussion of the Article by Lynne Jacobs

Janice Gump, Ph.D.

Jacobs’ article initiated a process of memory having to do with my childhood experiences. In an effort to understand the differences of her White from my African American childhood, the Colonial Discourse, a set of beliefs and truths formulated by colonialists in the lands of the Other is discussed. The nature of Whiteness and racism are elaborated upon, and the need for further telling explored.

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