"1921 was a point in history that we all experienced, especially we can see that, that impact here in Tulsa, but guess what? The lingering effects are still here. And I feel like that is something that needs to be highlighted bolded and really still spoken about." --Joya Cleveland, Speaker, Zarrow Mental Health Symposium
On today’s episode, our guests are Joya Cleveland and Erika Stone-Burnett. They will be the co-presenters during the Zarrow Mental Health Symposium. They share about their session, "Historical Trauma: From Shackles to Sooners," and how it will provide mental health care providers with best-practice techniques for working with clients experiencing Colorist Historical Trauma, as well as ways to advocate.
Register for the Zarrow Mental Health Symposium at zarrowsymposium.org.
Sep 28 2020
"I couldn't help to think that, man, my great-great grandfather was running with my great-great grandmother and my great-grandfather in her belly during this time. They were running. They were experiencing what these people are experiencing...Listen now
Oct 08 2020
As the five score anniversary of the Tulsa tragedy approaches, let us exhale and let us breathe freely, oxygenating our efforts on three fronts. One, healing our history, Two, making an appreciative inquiry into our past. And, three, recommending to ...Listen now
Oct 12 2020
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