Real Talk: Black Minds Matter

Ep.2: The 411 on the 5-O

October 20, 2020 Black Mental Health Alliance for Education and Consultation, Inc. Season 1 Episode 2
Real Talk: Black Minds Matter
Ep.2: The 411 on the 5-O
Show Notes

This podcast will discuss how police brutality disproportionately affects Black people and people of color, the link between experiences of police brutality and the collateral mental health affects. In this episode, co-hosts Andrea Brown and Nia Jones discuss what we need to teach our sons and daughters (and ourselves) if we are stopped by the police, what to expect, and what we should do. This is the REAL 411 on the 5-0!

Links/Information discussed in this episode:

  • Dare to be King Project by David Miller:

Get Home Safely https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CiAVjVc8NGM&t=1s

Web: www.daretobeking.net

Twitter: @uchangenow

Email: [email protected]

Tel: 410.215.8167

 

  • The Hate U Give (Book) Author: Angie Thomas
  • Post Traumatic Slave Syndrome (Book) Author: Dr. Joy DeGruy

 

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