"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 in this series." — Nehemiah D. Frank, The Black Wall Street Times
On today’s episode, we’re exploring the acclaimed HBO series, "Watchmen," and how it relates to Healing from Historical Trauma, which is the theme of this week’s virtual Zarrow Mental Health Symposium in Tulsa, Oklahoma. As many fans know, the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre plays a key part in the series.
Our guest is Nehemiah D. Frank. The Tulsan is the founding publisher and editor-in-chief of The Black Wall Street Times.
Read Nehemiah's piece on "Watchmen" by clicking here.
And you can register for the Zarrow Mental Health Symposium by clicking here.
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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Oct 15 2020
On today’s episode, you’ll hear Dr. Linda Barnum presenting at the Zarrow Mental Health Symposium to a virtual audience of approximately 500 attendees. That’s one of the largest breakout sessions we offered. Dr. Barnum is an Assistant Professor of Hu...Listen now