CODE BLACK: Can You Hear Us Now? Health and Healing During Crisis


Its seems African Americans have always had to grapple with the complexities of their existence in a society that has refused to acknowledge the wholeness of their humanity and value. Constant struggle against preconceived ideas based on faulty perspectives and often outright untruths can be exhausting.

What happens when those struggles get exacerbated by renewed, heavily publicized actions that refresh historical points of injury: police brutality, health disparities, job, housing, and income insecurity? How are we to understand our health and promote healing in times of crisis?

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