MESSAGE FROM THE BLACK BRAINTRUST
July 16, 2019 Host: Dr. William Rogers
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Black Men keep getting killed by the police while we keep killing each other. We are invisible to them because we are invisible to ourselves and each other. People talking about they didn’t know racism still exist. Are you blind? Look around your board rooms and see who is in leadership.
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By blackreality — 1 day ago
The Black Reality Think Tank is honored to host a conversation with the esteemed elder Dr. Mawiyah Kambon . In the year 2000, Dr. Mawiyah Kambon served as the president of the National Association of Black Psychologists (ABPsi). That year she convened the annual professional convention which brought 500 Black psychologists and their families to Ghana, West Africa. The gathering in Ghana was symbolic of spiritual reclamation through traditional healing. As a result, Black and African-centered psychologists were empowered with resources to improve more lives worldwide. Dr. Mawiyah Kambon is a lifetime member of the National Association of Black Psychologists.
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