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Tedx Talks- Systemic Racism: Australia’s great white silence | Jonathan Sri
Racism is more entrenched and systemic than most of us realise. Using a range of practical case studies, Jonathan shows how Australia’s white supremacist history continues to influence present-day political, legal and cultural institutions. Mainstream conversations about racism too often focus on overt bigotry, rather than covert structural oppression. The deeper issues are ignored and…
#1402Racism or Classims? Caste Explains that it is Both (Repost)
This episode takes a look at the origins of race and the building of a caste system in the US based largely on the lessons from Isabel Wilkerson, author of “Caste: The Origins of our Discontent”. During a time when race-based science and the eugenics movement were becoming mainstream, they sought to prove that race…
Unf*ucking The Republic- The Economist of Racism: Bootstraps, Black Banks and Redlining
This episode uncovers the economic side of systemic racism in the United States throughout history and how it led to the uncomfortable reality where Blacks in America have been locked out of every period of wealth accumulation by design. The show also challenges conventional economic wisdom within the Black community and draws a conclusion that…
The lie that invented racism | John Biewen
To understand and eradicate racist thinking, start at the beginning. That’s what journalist and documentarian John Biewen did, leading to a trove of surprising and thought-provoking information on the “origins” of race. He shares his findings, supplying answers to fundamental questions about racism — and lays out an exemplary path for practicing effective allyship.
Session 271: Being Mindful About How We Use Mental Health Terminology
The Therapy for Black Girls Podcast is a weekly conversation with Dr. Joy Harden Bradford, a licensed Psychologist in Atlanta, Georgia, about all things mental health, personal development, and all the small decisions we can make to become the best possible versions of ourselves. In this session, Dr. Ayana Abrams and Dr. Joy Beckwith, both…
Repetitive Negative Thinking: Understanding and treating rumination and worry
Repetitive negative thinking is present across a range of disorders but rarely addressed in treatment. This Expert Insights session explores the fundamental features of rumination and worry and its impact on a range of disorders. Experts also discuss some of the latest innovations in treating this trans-diagnostic symptom with panel of health professionals.
Understanding youth wellbeing during COVID-19
This Expert Insights session will focuses on understanding and supporting youths throughout the COVID-19 era. Experts discuss some of the advantages and drawbacks of staying home for youths, and the differences in impact for adolescents and children. Finally, they explore some practical ways to support and maintain the wellbeing of youths and parents.
Black Dog Institute- Trauma and Mental Health
Experiences of trauma appear to underpin a wide range of physical and mental health presentations. In the August forum, the expert panel explores current thinking in the field of trauma mental health and in delivering trauma informed mental health care for people living with a trauma history.
Embracing Your Critical Voice: The Gateway To Self-Love
The critical voice pops up everywhere and it’s here to stay. So what can we do about it? And how can we be kinder to ourselves in the process? Learn how the critical voice can actually support self-love in life’s low moments.