People

Headshot of Robb Carter

Brother Robb Carter, Jr., MSW

  • Lecturer, MSW Program

Brother Robb Carter is the Associate Director of the African-American Resource Center at the University of Pennsylvania and a performing artist and co-founder of PLP TheUnity Performance Art Ensemble. Brother Robb Carter is also a therapist providing domestic abuse counseling at Menergy in Philadelphia. Brother Carter began his professional career as a Child Care Aide working with infants, toddlers, preschoolers, and school age students. Brother Robb Carter is also a published author and poet. Mr. Carter’s latest published work as a contributing author is in the book “Playing with Anger: Teaching Coping Skills to African American Boys through Athletics and Culture” edited by Howard C. Stevenson, Jr. Ph.D. (Praeger Publishers 2003). ” He has lectured throughout the country and abroad and is considered a leading expert on African and African-American History and Culture, Racial Socialization, The Effects of Trauma and White Supremacy Racism. In conclusion, Brother Robb Carter is the Spiritual Caretaker of the Peace, Leadership and Arts Camp in Chester, Pennsylvania.

SP2 News

Headshot of Johanna Greeson

Faculty & Research

New Study Examines Experiences of Foster Youth During COVID-19

A new study from the Field Center for Children’s Policy, Practice, & Research reveals that youth in foster care and...

SP2 diploma stand-ins before ceremony

Faculty & Research, Student Life

Social Policy & Practice’s 2020 Award Winners

Please join us in recognizing and congratulating the following members of our Social Policy & Practice community for their outstanding...

Walter Jean-Jacques speaks at podium

Alumni Stories

MSSP Alum Awarded 2020 Bank of America Fellowship

“What do you want to be when you grow up?” is a question many can recall hearing throughout childhood. For...

Amy Castro Baker speaking at a cash transfer informational session

Faculty & Research

COVID-19 and the Housing Crisis

Amy Castro Baker has been in the news lately. As an assistant professor in the School of Social Policy &...

Discover More