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E.M. Abdulmumin

Director and Chief Executive Officer Licensed Psychologist

DuBois Institute

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DuBois Institute

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The DuBois Institute is a non profit organization focused on community building through youth and family empowerment. Based in Riverside's Eastside(a historically Latina/o and African American neighborhood of Riverside), the DuBois Institute provides services ... more.

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Dr. Abdulmumin
Dr. E.M. Abdulmumin is a native of South Central Los Angeles, Watts. From being the leader of the Royal Greeks (a South Central street gang in the 1960's) to a university professor and administrator, a licensed psychologist and founder of the DuBois Institute--a nonprofit organization designed to empower youth and families--he has struggled and succeeded to be more than a survivor of the "Ghetto Maze. He earned his BA and PhD in Social Ecology from UC Irvine in 1975 and 1982 respectively with a concentration in criminology, psychology and sociology. Dr. Abdulmumin was the first African American to receive a PhD in Social Ecology. Dr. Abdulmumin is a Licensed Clinical and Forensic Psychologist with a private practice, a Clinical Professor UCR/UCLA Biomedical Sciences and a University of California Retiree/Emeritus. He was formally the Director of African Student Programs, a Psychologist in the Counseling Center, Project Administrator of the National Youth Sports Program, and Superintendent of Saturday Academy at UCR. He has also worked as a psychologist at Riverside County Department of Mental Health and the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation. He is an expert witness/evaluator for the San Bernardino Superior Court District. He is a member of the Association of Black Psychologist and the American Psychological Association. Dr. E.M. Abdulmumin is a native of South Central Los Angeles, Watts. From being the leader of the Royal Greeks (a South Central street gang in the 1960's) to a university professor and administrator, a licensed psychologist and founder of the DuBois Institute--a nonprofit organization designed to empower youth and families--he has struggled and succeeded to be more than a survivor of the "Ghetto Maze. He earned his BA and PhD in Social Ecology from UC Irvine in 1975 and 1982 respectively with a concentration in criminology, psychology and sociology. Dr. Abdulmumin was the first African American to receive a PhD in Social Ecology. Dr. Abdulmumin is a Licensed Clinical and Forensic Psychologist with a private practice, a Clinical Professor UCR/UCLA Biomedical Sciences and a University of California Retiree/Emeritus. He was formally the Director of African Student Programs, a Psychologist in the Counseling Center, Project Administrator of the National Youth Sports Program, and Superintendent of Saturday Academy at UCR. He has also worked as a psychologist at Riverside County Department of Mental Health and the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation. He is an expert witness/evaluator for the San Bernardino Superior Court District. He is a member of the Association of Black Psychologist and the American Psychological Association. Dr.Abdulmumin Services


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The boys are spending nine months meeting nine hours a week to learn African and African-American history and cultural traditions, said E.M. Abdulmumin, executive director of DuBois Institute, which runs the Rites of Passage program with funding from the Riverside County Department of Mental Health.
The boys also learn about manners, character and other traits. Getting kids to appreciate and understand the milestones and the rich history of people of African ancestry boosts their self-esteem and makes it less likely they'll get into trouble when they get older, Abdulmumin said. "The idea is to get the kids at middle school," he said. "That's the age when they can go right or wrong." The "scholars" in the program - the word for the participants reflects the emphasis on educational achievement - are age 11 to 15. Several of the recent graduates act as big brothers and mentors. Most of the boys are from Riverside and Moreno Valley and come from at-risk backgrounds, such as single-parent households or high-crime neighborhoods, Abdulmumin said.


Dr. Abdulmumin

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Dr. E.M. Abdulmumin, Ph.D
Welcome Dr. Abdulmumin Tutoring Development Rights of Passage Parenting Cognitive Behavior/CBITS Psychology AAU Karate 2009 Competition Gallery Affiliations Newsletter Contact Bio - Dr. E.M. Abdulmumin, PhD Dr. E.M. Abdulmumin is a native of South Central Los Angeles, Watts. From being the leader of the Royal Greeks (a South Central street gang in the 1960's) to a university professor and administrator, a licensed psychologist and founder of the DuBois Institute--a nonprofit organization designed to empower youth and families--he has struggled and succeeded to be more than a survivor of the "Ghetto Maze. He earned his BA and PhD in Social Ecology from UC Irvine in 1975 and 1982 respectively with a concentration in criminology, psychology and sociology. Dr. Abdulmumin was the first African American to receive a PhD in Social Ecology. Dr. Abdulmumin is a Licensed Clinical and Forensic Psychologist with a private practice, a Clinical Professor UCR/UCLA Biomedical Sciences and a University of California Retiree/Emeritus. He was formally the Director of African Student Programs, a Psychologist in the Counseling Center, Project Administrator of the National Youth Sports Program, and Superintendent of Saturday Academy at UCR. He has also worked as a psychologist at Riverside County Department of Mental Health and the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation. He is an expert witness/evaluator for the San Bernardino Superior Court District. He is a member of the Association of Black Psychologist and the American Psychological Association. E.M. Abdulmumin, Ph.D. DuBois Institute 2060 University Ave, Suite 102 Riverside, CA 92507 (951)686-9930 emabdulmumin@yahoo.com Place of Birth


CAIR CALIFORNIA | Greater Los Angeles Area > News > Southland Muslims Hold “Know Your Rights†Workshop

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Speakers on the panel were: James Lafferty, executive director of the National Lawyers Guild - Los Angeles; Hussam Ayloush, executive director of CAIR-LA; Shakeel Syed, executive director of the Shura Council; Dr. E.M. Abdulmumin, clinical psychologist and founder of the Du Bois Institute in Riverside; Li'i Furumoto, with Asian Pacific American Legal Center of Southern California; Ameena Qazi, staff attorney with CAIR-LA; and Reem Salahi, Bridge Fellow with American Civil Liberties Union - Los Angeles.


Du Bois Institute Director Receives City Proclamation :: The Black Voice News :: Serving the Inland Empire for 30 years

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Dr. E.M. Abdulmumin, the Director of the Du Bois Institute, received a proclamation from Mayor Ronald Loveridge o­n March 21, 2006, in the Art Pick City Council Chambers, recognizing his community work in Riverside.The highest honor that the city can bestow o­n a citizen, the proclamation recognized Dr. Abdulmumin as a recent recipient (one of thirteen) of a Civil Rights award bestowed o­n him by the California Association of Human Relations Organizations (CAHRO) at their annual convention in Sacramento o­n January 9, 2006.Dr. Abdulmumin oversees a diverse group of programs that address youth, their families, and community.The Du Bois Institute offers youth the skills for achieving academic and personal excellence through after-school tutoring, computer skills, martial arts, drumming classes, and college preparation.It recently received Title I No Child Left Behind funding.Dr. Abdulmumin, former Project Administrator of the Award Winning National Youth Sports Program and Saturday Academy at UCR, was a recipient of the 2005 Inland Empire African American "Education of the Year Award," 2003 Arc of Riverside "Spirit of the Dove Award" for his work with youth and families.As an educator, Dr. Abdulmumin has frequently stepped forward to address issues that cross and connect Riverside's communities.He serves o­n the Riverside Unified School District Superintendent's Advisory Round Table, as a member of the Eastside Think Tank, as the Education Chair and Executive Committee member of the Riverside branch of the NAACP, and is a longtime member of the Mayor's Multicultural Forum.He is currently a Clinical Professor of Psychology in the UCR/UCLA Thomas Haider Program in Biomedical Sciences and is a Senior Adjunct Professor of Behavioral Sciences at the University of La Verne.As a clinical-forensic psychologist, Dr. Abdulmumin specializes in issues of youth and violence with emphases o­n the juvenile and criminal justice systems, gangs, and race.He grew up in the tough ghetto of South Central Los Angeles but went o­n to earn a Ph.D. at UC Irvine's acclaimed Social Ecology Program, with a dissertation o­n prisoner religious fellowship, self help groups and gangs.He has continued to teach for the California Department of Youth Authority, offering classes o­n race and ethnicity, criminology, psychology and sociology for incarcerated youth in the University of La Verne's Educational Programs in Corrections.His understanding of the challenges faced by inner city youth emerges directly from his own life experience, and he serves as a very real role model for imprisoned youth, for community youth and families, and for university students.Dr. Abdulmumin can be contacted at the Du Bois Institute (951.662.3878 or emabdu,,,ahoo.com or duboisinstitute.org).


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