Zarrow Mental Health Symposium keynote speaker, Tim Wise, explores the current pandemic moment, alongside the racial justice uprising in the wake of numerous police-involved killings, and ask: “How has history brought us to this point? And how do we respond now that we’re here?” Just as Tim will at the virtual Symposium, Tim presents an analysis of racialized trauma that explores the ways in which it affects both persons of color and whites, albeit in different ways, and in so doing, presents the kind of “interest convergence” that could lead to cross-racial, anti-racist solidarity in the future.
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Virtual Zarrow Mental Health Symposium -- Healing from Historical Trauma
September 30-October 2, 2020
Jul 27 2020
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