Lesson 10: Self-Hatred

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Self-hate or the questioning of one’s value can lead a person to question whether his or her life is worth protecting.  For this reason, self-hatred in the African American community has had devastating consequences in the spread of HIV and AIDS.  There are many manifestations of self-hatred but the overall result is that many people in the black community do not always take steps to protect themselves against contracting HIV even when they are well aware of the risks. The video module, “Self-Hatred,” provides a window on manifestations of self-hate and questioning of one’s worth in the African American community.  There are also examples of ways to deconstruct damaging notions of self-hatred and to construct positive and affirming notions of one’s value and worth.

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