Tahira Taqi is a proud American Muslim, community member and social justice advocate. She works as the Senior Project Manager for Urban Strategies on the Eugene Field choice neighborhood project and continues to be involved in area nonprofits and advocacy efforts.
In this episode, Mike Brose, CEO of Mental Health Association Oklahoma, talks with Tahira about racism, inclusion, mental health and what she hopes for the future.
Oct 17 2019
Listen to the highlights from Day 1 of the Zarrow Mental Health Symposium keynote sessions. First, Esmé Weijun Wang shares personal stories highlighting her experiencing living with severe mental illness. She challenges to the audience to expand the...Listen now
Oct 22 2019
On today’s episode, we’re going to give you highlights from day 2 of the Zarrow Mental Health Symposium keynote sessions. First up, we'll hear from Dr. Chan Hellman. Dr. Hellman is a professor in the Anne & Henry Zarrow School of Social Work...Listen now
Oct 28 2019
"Joker" is the No. 1 R-rated movie of all-time. It features a gripping performance by Joaquin Phoenix that has everyone talking. On this episode, Mike Brose, CEO of Mental Health Association Oklahoma, gives his perspective on the film and h...Listen now