Dr. Mamie and her husband Kenneth Clark established the Northside Center for Child Development in March 1946, where she served as its executive director for 34 years until her retirement in 1980.
"It is ... hoped that some future Administration will be more serious about a National Commission on Mental Health, and that widespread concern about children will generate effective mechanism to grant them their inalienable rights to a constructive role in society - the basis of self-esteem." 1983
Mamie Phipps Clark Abbreviated Publication List With Kenneth B. Clark.
"Racial Identification and Preference in Negro Children."
In Readings in Social Psychology, edited by Elenor E. Maccoby, Theodore M. Newcomb and Eugene L. Hartley, 602-611. New York: Henry Holt, 1947.
With Kenneth B. Clark. "The Development of Consciousness of Self and the Emergence of Racial Identification in Negro Pre-School Children." Journal of Social Psychology 10 (November 1939): 592-599
With Kenneth B. Clark. "Skin Color as a Factor in Racial Identification in Negro Pre-School Children." Journal of Social Psychology 11 (February 1940): 159-160
With Kenneth B. Clark. "Emotional Factors in Racial Identification and Preference in Negro Children." Journal of Negro Education 19 (Summer 1950): 506-513.