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Black Trauma: How to Cope Mentally, Physically, and Emotionally - Shared screen with speaker view
AC Campbell
01:10:51
alleged!
AC Campbell
01:11:21
Very Painful!
M.Nelson
01:18:01
The "Talk"
AC Campbell
01:19:55
Reparations!
M.Nelson
01:22:34
I would also like to see certain infrastructures put in place for black people.
AC Campbell
01:25:31
White supremacy disguised as policing.
AC Campbell
01:26:29
Racial Battle Fatigue - Dr. William Smith
Jordan Clark
01:27:32
Yes great points! thank you both for sharing
Jordan Clark
01:28:44
Yes code switching all day is exhausting
AC Campbell
01:29:07
To be an African male in America is to be a frustrated man. To be an Africanmale is to be an angry male; an enraged man, whether or not the anger andrage are consciously acknowledged. For many African American men, thesefeelings lie deeply submerged beneath layers of repression and hidden behindan unperturbable or friendly facade, only finding outlet and expression in ahundred ordinary annoyances and pretty gripes. For many African Americanmen, these feelings lie preconsciously beneath a deceptively inscrutablepublic persona, strenuously held there by social and religious inhibitionsand fears of injurious or deadly consequences should those feelings be"inappropriately" revealed or repressed.Pg.117
AC Campbell
01:30:59
Tell Lies Vision! LOL
M.Nelson
01:34:12
One feels his two-ness, — an American, a Negro; two souls, two thoughts, two unreconciled strivings; two warring ideals in one dark body, whose dogged strength alone keeps it from being torn asunder.
M.Nelson
01:34:55
Double consciousness
AC Campbell
01:35:20
W. E. B. DuBois
M.Nelson
01:35:32
Yes, Sir
Jordan Clark
01:36:04
Wow these resonate so much. Thank you for sharing. I took a picture to look up and share
AC Campbell
01:36:25
Those who need it the most, will receive it the least!
Linda Rose
01:36:27
I highly recommend “Self-Healing Power and Therapy; Old Teachings from Africa” by Kimbwandende Kia Bunseki Fu-Kiau. I learned so much about my ability to heal myself after decades of exposure to many of the things Dr. Palmer is speaking about! Access to an excellent therapist who understands the impact of racism on my mind, body, and spirit is important! Think, all the trauma we have survived, and still we thrive!
Dr. Kellori Dower
01:38:31
Thanks for that resource, Dr. Rose!
Jordan Clark
01:39:43
Wow thank you for sharing Dr. Rose just added it to my Amazon list
M.Nelson
01:44:10
The American way take what is not yours
AC Campbell
01:47:41
The rest of America is sick too!
Lithia Williams
01:47:52
yes, please come back
AC Campbell
01:48:19
We been dealing with their trauma since the inception of the American Experiment.
Linda Rose
01:50:15
Running is healing.
AC Campbell
01:51:08
They may come in and shoot you like Breonna Taylor.
Dr. Kellori Dower
01:51:29
Thank you for the point about the N word!!
AC Campbell
01:52:41
Phluck U
AC Campbell
01:54:10
Sometimes they don't know?
Linda Rose
01:56:48
Changing my narrative required that I determine what “my” values are! Until I knew what I stood for as it related to family, career, friendships, I could not imagine a narrative different from thence I was born to live. I have the power to create, change and transform my narrative whenever I want!
Dr. Mel Palmer
01:58:07
Thank you all for attending!
James Dat Yoga Dude
01:58:36
@Lind Rose Powerful!
James Dat Yoga Dude
01:58:54
Great job Dr. Palmer!
AC Campbell
01:58:59
Thank you Dr. Palmer!
Jordan Clark
01:59:01
Thank you for participating. There are some great resources and comments I recommend you scroll up to review
Jordan Clark
02:04:47
What has been your experience with racism and what was your last black moment or situation where you reminded that you were black?
AC Campbell
02:04:49
When I was at the store yesterday.
Janice Love
02:06:37
reminded i am black...today..not necessarily negative..i know store cashier remember me because if ny race
Linda Rose
02:09:01
I am reminded, every time I look in the mirror!
Daisy Shobokshi
02:10:49
I’m reminded that I’m “not white” every time I see protestors in my city carrying flags that say “blue lives matter”, and “trump 2020”. We have a patriot corner in Yorba Linda.
Kim Smith
02:12:19
It's awful, Daisy. I live in YL too.
Daisy Shobokshi
02:12:44
Yup, its “real nice” to see when I’m eating lunch in the town center.
Daisy Shobokshi
02:13:39
Even worse when I see the sheriff department standing in the parking lot with no masks, just chit chatting.
AC Campbell
02:16:29
No more deep fried Pork Chops?
Daisy Shobokshi
02:16:43
^ :(
Regina
02:18:44
Question for Dr. Palmer: I can relate to the stigmatism of mental health or PTSD within the community and family unit. What are your suggestions to open up the conversation within our community and families?
AC Campbell
02:20:05
George Floyd Meme by LAPD!!
Kim Smith
02:20:28
lol, those voices are "the committee." Meditation teaches me to ignore the committee and center back on being mindful.
Jordan Clark
02:21:04
Yes Kim!
AC Campbell
02:22:35
Or in Mississippi!
Regina
02:24:02
Yes, Dr. Palmer...thank you for mentioning VA.
AC Campbell
02:24:46
Sometime we think it is a joke!
Regina
02:24:55
Thank you James for speaking your experience.
AC Campbell
02:25:21
Deep Fried Pork Chops!
Daisy Shobokshi
02:25:36
Latinos face the same stigma when it comes to therapy and mental health. I’ve found that “telling your own story” with mental health and therapy is a powerful tool when speaking with someone about this topic. It helps ease their anxieties and normalizes that experience.
Regina
02:25:55
Thank you both!
Jordan Clark
02:25:56
Yesss Daisy thank you for sharing
Andrew Pham
02:25:59
Thank you
Janice Love
02:27:35
fried everything AC!
Regina
02:28:35
Yes, thank you Dr. Bankole
AC Campbell
02:29:25
Yes!
Regina
02:29:43
Thank you Dr. Palmer I have been Vegan for 4 years now.
Dr. Mel Palmer
02:30:43
Your are welcome
Daisy Shobokshi
02:32:06
Every event I’ve attended so far has been awesome! Good job organizers. So thankful.
AC Campbell
02:32:17
Yes! That is awesome.
Lithia Williams
02:32:29
Great Job! Thank you for sharing this wonderful information.
Jordan Clark
02:32:30
Thank you so much Daisy. Please share with family and friends all events are open to everyone
Regina
02:32:43
Thank you to all the guest speakers. This has been a wonderful presentation. I appreciate everyone's voice today.
Linda Rose
02:33:21
Great Job everyone!
M.Nelson
02:33:21
Thank you all for your time. Good Stuff here.
Thurman
02:33:25
thanks you so much for a wonderful seminar! thx Dr. Palmer.
Jennie Beltrán (she/her/ella)
02:33:32
Thank you for sharing your experiences and knowledge.
Ayo Bankole
02:33:36
You're welcome. Looking forward to seeing everyone Thursday!
Regina
02:34:02
See you then!
James Dat Yoga Dude
02:34:46
Thank you!
Daisy Shobokshi
02:36:03
Reach out, talk to your friends. Get emotional support. It’s tough out there. You’re not alone.
Dr. Mel Palmer
02:36:27
YES!!
AC Campbell
02:36:37
Thank you!
Regina
02:36:55
Thank you Paula!
Sarah Salas
02:37:08
Thank you,