Amos Wilson (b. February 23, 1941- d. January 14, 1995) was an African-American theoretical psychologist, social theorist, Pan-African thinker, scholar, author and a professor of psychology at the City University of New York. Wilson believed that racism was a structurally and institutionally driven phenomenon derived from the inequities of power relations between groups.
Issues of Identity Crisis in the Black Community, Myth or Reality?
The Psychology of Co-operative Economics
European Psychological Warfare Against the Afrikan Mind
Special Education: Its Special Agenda Unhooded
Educating African-American Children for the 21st Century
Foundations for a Psychotherapeutic Black Psychology
You Reap What You Sow
Critical Analysis and the Application of Power