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1 What is the current problem? An examination of the concepts and definitions of prejudice, privilege, stigma and oppression in the behavioral health professions. 2 Prejudice, Power and Injustice: Problems in Academia3 What is Modern Prejudice? 4 Prejudice, Stigma, Privilege, and Oppression Regarding African Americans5 Predjudice Regarding Latinx-Americans6 The Invisibility of Asian Americans in the United States: Impact on Mental and Physical Health7 Prejudice, Stigma, and Oppression on the Behavioral Health of Native Hawaiians and Pacific Islanders8 Disability--An integral Part of Being Human9 Psychology's Prejudice Against The Military10 Intersecting and Multiple Identities in Behavioral Health11 Identifying and Remediating Personal Prejudice: What Does the Evidence Say? 12 Micro-aggressions, Stereotypes, and Social Stigmatization in the Lived Experiences of Socially Marginalized Patient/Clients: A Social Justice Perspective13 Bias in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual 5 and Psychopathology15 Discrimination, prejudice, and oppression and the development of psychopathology16 DSM Revisions and the 'Western Conundrum'17 Preventing Prejudice and Promoting Intergroup Relations18 Prejudice and the Ethical Code 19 Prejudice in the Health Care System: Remediation Strategies20 Microaggressions, Marginalization and Stress: Issues of Identity, Place and Home for Minority Faculty in Academia21 Microaggressions in Human Service Organizations 22 All You Have Gotten Is Tokenism 23 Ageism in Behavioral Health Care24 Rural Prejudice-Urban Bias: The Stories and Structures that Oppress Rural Communities25 Sociopolitical Values: The Neglected Factor in Culturally-Competent Psychotherapy 26 Calling a Cease Fire: Ending Psychology's Long Conflict with Religion