17 Burst results for "Traumatic Slave Syndrome"

"traumatic slave syndrome" Discussed on 550 KFYI

550 KFYI

04:23 min | 3 weeks ago

"traumatic slave syndrome" Discussed on 550 KFYI

"Who are you to educate my Children or any of our Children? In life issues. Right. That's our job. Yes, your job is to teach math and science. Our job. This is about life. I believe racial issues and tensions across the US are nowhere near what it used to be decades ago. We have a long way to go. Sure. We solve individual out there need to be taught Absolutely. I believe the people here Don't look at me as a black man. They look at me as a man standing in front of you. Addressing the issue that we all are very passionate about. Yep. Yep. This is the third time I've seen American of African descent, go to the school board and question them about what they're teaching her child with their teaching their Children. This is the second time I've seen the parents of, uh, a couple of, uh, mixed ethnicity. Come on behalf of their child because the child is like confused. What is the white member of the family? The oppressor? This is out of control. And we can see how out of control it is, and we have to have the fight in our separate school boards. No. I've been interacting with the Chandler School board a lot, but you knew something was wrong when you have parents complaining about one board member Lindsey Love was gone after them personally. It went after me before I even got to the meeting. Saying that I suffered from post traumatic slave syndrome. This is the kind of sickness is the kind of anger this is the kind of just twisted mindset twisted souls we have on these boards that have been co opted by this ideology. And if you can't win this fight The question becomes, Do you sacrifice your child to this nonsense? What kind of teacher scares little kids like this? I'll tell you what kind The kind that fills our public funded schools controlled by teachers, unions and trained by the radical colleagues of a mis education. That's what kind These teachers, these administrators, they go off and they get indoctrinated. So they're on a holy mission. They're on a ratio Jihad. And they're trying to indoctrinate your kids. And that someone who has sent three kids off to college. And have them come back. You're like Whoa! What are you talking about here? Whoa! I'm not paying for this. But we're talking about public schools here when you're sitting your kids off. You've already paid for this out of your tax money. And you're telling me that I am powerless to stop you from teaching my kids to judge people on the content of their character and to automatically hate them if they're white. Time. This what you're up against? Yeah, I pull them. I will still go back and fight. I would still go back into the board means every time they have one. But right now we have our teachers unions and we have fired too many board members. That are trying to indoctrinate our Children. And we have parents like this that are standing up and pushing back. But I just want to warn you. You gotta you have to get a lay of the land and the landscape and realize it is full of minds far more minds when my kids were coming through the school system. And you have to be ready to make the move. If necessary, because I'm telling you These people are sick, twisted and very much committed. Whatever happened to those 22 bills that got vetoed the bills that we the people were looking at. When it comes to, you know, vaccine passports..

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"traumatic slave syndrome" Discussed on Oprah's SuperSoul Conversations

Oprah's SuperSoul Conversations

03:49 min | 3 months ago

"traumatic slave syndrome" Discussed on Oprah's SuperSoul Conversations

"I felt you know you have that you know. Get an education. You gotta go to the top school. You have to look a certain way. And so i didn't know that it was something that was already in me and there was something about putting on that padding and swishing my hips in the room and telling that ban. It's what i say. What i say goes and my listen to your heart. Model listens to the voice inside of her. This something about playing ma that became an affirmation for viola. Because i've always been the shy girl but there is a feeling when you reach a certain position where i met at that. There is a power that you need to harness and my helped me to harness the viola power that feeling that i deserve to be in the room the feeling that i deserve all that i received in my life because i worked for it. I came away from watching performance thinking first of all in awe of what it took you to do it. And my sincere deep belief that you had brought her to life through your immersion into her and also just like i just thought about all the black women of that time and what it would take to be the kind of woman who could say you going. Give me my money absolutely and that is where we come from and we come from that. That's the stuff we come from. Yeah we do. We come from that zone of history. We coming from a history where black women were chattel. Yeah and if you read joyce guys post traumatic slave syndrome. All of that is rooted in our past. They'll get over it this strong off. They may have been traumatized in the past but they're like animals they just recovered very very fast. I'm sure that ma that that was her. Every day. your worth and who you are was defined by a system that didn't recognize you as a human being. So then how.

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"traumatic slave syndrome" Discussed on Mango Kush Podcast

Mango Kush Podcast

02:12 min | 8 months ago

"traumatic slave syndrome" Discussed on Mango Kush Podcast

"Bad but the reason i played so much. Because i told you i one Melissa i wonder lottery before yes i wonder lottery. Here's what have you got a bird and night. It was one night fancy. I numbers for two weeks. I said it was sunday night to To thirteen october. I was like you know what i ain't gonna play complete numbers man pruitt high and then i got a car you know you never came up high and i play him later. 'cause i've been losing someone's like whatever ain't gonna come up. I woke up the next day. Five numbers were on that ticket. When i tell you that i've movie turn white house. So damn sick i got i was clinically depressed for three days chronically. Depressed with free often. Want one hundred eighty five thousand dollars mind you. I was only twenty five years old. We're twenty six now. you imagine. Get one hundred dollars. You know what i'm saying. I was so sick. I have kind of sick to bromide. Specificity repetitively play in this day. That i decided you know what i ain't doing that day. And then she hit burr mcclay more downtown out of fear. Then they may look back. I got. I gotta play against wayne that one just dip into the ring money man no difference in risk inside. James biffani did leave it up. generation because scientists. Nine and ex cong diesel. This is vocal dr The subject matter that you've been talking about black people coming together. There is a young lady out. There named dr joy the grew. She has stayed in all of her books. That it is important that you realize that black people are still suffering from post traumatic slave syndrome. Which.

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"traumatic slave syndrome" Discussed on The Mental Health and Wealth Show

The Mental Health and Wealth Show

05:10 min | 9 months ago

"traumatic slave syndrome" Discussed on The Mental Health and Wealth Show

"It's a standing organization in buffalo and nationally. And we've had other you know local black leaders and and so it's becoming a program that is really touching on topics and such matter that is really important to the local community that can drive people to action which is a lot. We don't talk a lot about voter education and the reason why people need to vote so it's really evolved. In a way that i love it. I enjoy it. You know it's such as. I talked about my experience of being in the hospital all those years. I was in college and i graduated from buffalo. Say college with a degree in broadcasting. Even though i was big hospitalized how was years so joe. Like there's this. Is this really right up my alley. Even though it's many years later but the show focus is said is around addressing the needs of the local community but seeing that's on facebook it goes has a broader audience which is pretty cool. That's awesome. that's such a full circle moment for you absolutely love that i love that. So you're talking about serving the african american community and something that i'm interested in talking about further is what are the barriers and stigmas that black men in particular face when trying to get mental health. Care i know an episode two. I spoke with sinclair. Caesar who also suffers from bipolar disorder and he was talking a lot about kind of the culture where you don't show your problems you know. Just talk to god about it and some curious. What your perspective is you know what are the barriers and stigmas that black men face when trying to get mental health care. Yeah i did hear your interview with sinclair. I thought excellent the he'd brought up a lot of good points in that you know. I think the culture among african americans in general a lot of actor ties back to slavery and history of of slavery that came around over four hundred years ago where there's a condition actually called post traumatic slave syndrome. Let's theory from dr joyce gray and so she posits that. Essentially there are a lot of the meld at behaviors or reactions that happen amongst afro-americans as a result of this history of slavery and crow. Police brutality and so forth but for afro-american. Men what happens. Is that basically being black in america already is is stigmatized and so we know that for men. They carry the weight of knowing that they're at risk. So when you think about it. There's this idea of stress so being stressed is a black man is an everyday thing. So we know that stress releases russa's cortisol which then affects our body. You know it oh adrenaline fire.

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"traumatic slave syndrome" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty

Armstrong & Getty

08:10 min | 1 year ago

"traumatic slave syndrome" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty

"Kill the police death to America that's not a ron it's Wisconsin. It could have been a dozen other places in this country. The violence has been building unabated for three months. Now, every day the mob becomes more radical by some accounts thirty Americans have died so far in these riots Democrats openly encouraged them. Republican leaders have been too fearful to stop them some have applauded at all. So that's Tucker Carlson from last night. That's Kenosha Wisconsin where the guy was shot. So it's not surprising that that's where the writing was but if to America okay and it was going on in nearby Madison Wisconsin and I bring this just to show you, there's a bunch of cities where this sort of thing is happening and there's you know you. Can't keep track of all of them. I have a feeling that the reason Madison's getting the attention here in the dispatches Steve Hayes who started the dispatches from Wisconsin, but let me read this to you. This is this is absolutely made. You haven't heard this in the news. There are so many cities where this is going on you haven't heard about it. Madison Wisconsin. This is from the night before last at midnight standing statue commemorating women's suffrage was torn down just weeks earlier that's intelligent. A young woman of Bullhorn explained rioting etiquette. Make sure you stay with your buddy. When the s goes down, she said people who are alone get arrested. She noted that when the violence actually began anyone caught with their. Cell phone out taking pictures would be dealt with pictures get people identified. She barked she. Then she then announced the group would then beheaded to the Dane County jail there Madison Wisconsin this is the capital of one of our fine states. It was the second night in the most recent round of protesting in Madison, following the shooting of Jacob Blake and nearby Kenosha. Violent rights have engulfed Kenosha but nearby in Madison, it has been going on for quite a while it has been in protest mode almost continually since the death of George Floyd back in Minneapolis months ago I didn't know that I didn't know they're writing in Madison me neither I'm not surprised because it's way laughed Madison. It's Boston of Wisconsin University Wisconsin's there and the Berkeley of the dairy state if you will. But you know the point is there's so many the cities where this has been going on for months just can't even keep track of them. All we've been on for. Years and years and years in in Beautiful San. Diego. And we didn't even get a chance to get to the cops bashed over the head and San Diego the other day 'cause it was just you know is over pretty quickly the fact that it got burnt the fact that an active police violence against a black man happened an hour's drive away renewed the penchant for property damage among Madison's youth on Monday night Madison experience what, Fire Chief Steven Davis called probably the most destruction and damage I've seen in the city as far as arson fires and attempted arson while they've had their most. Damaging evening, which if I hadn't read this I wouldn't even known of the happened at all I wouldn't have known a punch was thrown in Madison now and so on. Tuesday. Madison. Police chief Vick Wall said property damage would not be tolerated. We're committed to preserving people's ability to protect their opinions but property damage starting fires violence and things put our community at risk is obviously the type. Of behavior were not going to condone and will make us intervene. But at midnight despite the protesters announcing where they were going to begin damaging property and how they plan to avoid arrest law enforcement was nowhere to be found on the off chance that crowd of about two hundred people in a police guard the officer would curtis. Silly courteously, pull away and let the chanting marchers continue unabated. Minutes after the blueprint for bedlam was given to the crowd organizers explained that nobody can tell people of color to express their pain because they suffer from. Post traumatic slave. Syndrome. Young men started picking up small rocks in hurling them at glass windows in the courthouse. The structure has an enormous wall made up of entirely of windows and this reporter at the dispatch says, I. Often had to duck to make sure I wasn't hit by a rock thrown by people five feet to my right. The crowd then turned left on Carol. Street were an enormous American flag had been draped on the street and lit on fire. The flag was stubbornly flame retardant. Began spraying it with some sort of accelerate. Finally, one protester just dropped the whole pressurized spray can on the flag and exploded like a bomb going off the crowd stopped marching every few blocks for more speeches. But the violence didn't let up finally skinny man with would appear to be a motorcycle exhaust pipe began smashing an enormous window belonging to a local restaurant they continue down the. Line shattering windows to what appeared to be a condominium office. Next door some men crawled through the opening and danced inside when one protester suggested cleaning up the broken glass and other said, let the white people clean it up ten black owned businesses burnt down in Kenosha the other night nice. Nice. Job Guys. You're really good at this and and authorities just let them do it oh my. Gosh again, this is one of many many cities across America that I wouldn't even have known this happen as took place almost out of nowhere some men appeared with a dumpster full of flaming materials rolling out into the middle of university avenue they appear out of nowhere they appeared out of where it was carefully arrange exactly soon, other protesters cracked the window of a Papa John's pizza. Franchises and our employees looked on from inside waving his arms and anger. Finally, a second wave of rioters finished the job and smashed the window completely out several their protesters stopped to help clean up the broken glass see obviously within the protesters and the people that are you know causing mayhem and those that realize this is not helping us dude no no, it's it if you are honestly. Concern about civil rights, you love this country, you think everybody ought to get the the rights that they are do. There shouldn't be police brutality et Cetera et CETERA. These people are utterly undermining you the the righteous protesters ought to be physically attacking the Marxists. I. Think it was this. Papa John's. Because I saw this report somewhere else who was yelling the protesters you're GonNa, get trump elected. which they're absolutely, right well, it's funny thing to Yell But And there's more describing this I just thought that's amazing. We know about you know we know about Chicago Kenosha obviously Portland and Seattle. You may only know about because we talk about it because it doesn't get near as much attention nationally as it should. But it's been happening all over the country and a whole lot of those people. Businesses employs people who see that are afraid to come out of their their house. There's a lot of people that might not a voted read that are gonNA. Vote Red because of that unless the Democrats you know make. Noises between here and Election Day that they're on the side of stopping this violence, the other night in. Portland the dinner last week by the way, not a word, not not one word. So the other night in Portland, the militants attempted use quick drying cement to trap the police in a precinct then set fire to it. So they were trying to burn people to death in a building Willie Isis who's in favor of that are you in favor of that you college kids who've been brought up and it's our fault on Howard Zinn and candy and talk of the town of EC Coats and and the sixteen nineteen project and just. You know. They believe what they were taught to believe in school and especially in college. And I feel really bad you know I. WE actually had our kids go to school in a pretty conservative place and they didn't teach that crap but. that was that was where the problem was born. Allowing that garbage to be taught in thinking well, I don't WanNa come off as a racist or anything and yeah. The the history that I learned was probably a little over simplified and a little whitewash. So I better not to protest. that these kids are being fed just a steady stream of self hatred in America hatred is something. These are times you read history, and you think that was back when people wore a three piece suits to play golf and top hats such. There can never be any chaos ugliness or ridiculously morally and intellectually vacant philosophies in our time that could never take hold where Madeiran people. Well. You either ride everybody. Yeah I don't I. Don't.

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"traumatic slave syndrome" Discussed on Power 106 FM

Power 106 FM

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"traumatic slave syndrome" Discussed on Power 106 FM

"The gym vis after them yes or what I will say you know someone about this view some like real racing yes when they start saying like how come you don't protest the black on black crime so much so I'm I'm glad these young wo generation because they communicate their their former communications a college generation what error and research they learn it online right now all you see online is is progressive talk so they they're they're Bally Beijing the way don't even matter racism the same color it I mean hopefully about well good because he keeps having sex with each other some kind of payment the sisters out there want to bless you a little Melanie there's a great book out there called the post traumatic slave syndrome by Dr joy to gripe that really speaks on the healing of the nation and that's what we're really going to now so let's talk about a one eight five two zero one zero five nine how is your house healing are they not are they out of touch we'll talk about IT next on politics for a feeling worried it's natural to feel anxious and concerned during this cold be nineteen outbreak if the isolation physical distance scene and uncertainties are getting to you or someone you know the Los Angeles county department of mental health is here to help twenty four seven call eight hundred eight five four seven seven seven one or visit the inmates dot LA county dot gov.

"traumatic slave syndrome" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

08:22 min | 1 year ago

"traumatic slave syndrome" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"His better days Victoria Monet featuring underground she was protesting yesterday yes he was and of this song was written following the deaths of Elton sterling and Philando Casteel and it's called better days and anyway so it's just I think it's it's it's a beautiful song and you know written whatever four years ago right fearful yeah still the same same troubles are happening midtown Manhattan you know it they had some real destructive stuff happened at in in New York yesterday so now midtown Manhattan it happened and so hole yesterday kind of like what we happen here you weren't expecting it to get that way and so anyway now midtown is boarding up their businesses and everything okay and use the you know we see I don't know if you've paid any attention to stop what was happening in India in California but so it is just like everybody is just like a really they they've had it you're right panel have had it we have a a listener I'm Tanya who sent us an email last Friday talking about the talk in and I'm just gonna read it again she appreciates our work and how we keep it real if you choose to discuss what can be done to reduce and eliminate the atrocities as witness once again in the case of charred flight have the talk with your children this is parents of children of color are obligated to have the talk with their children and how to survive interactions with the police white parents expressly mothers especially mothers need to be equally obligated to have the talk with their children how to interact and grow with an awareness of what justice equality and fairness is not only affect justice equality affairs but to save the very lives of others and to save humanity instead that just last Friday and I said well you're so smart thank you so much for that and she sent something back today and she just said she can't tell us how much he appreciates our show and what my talk on a seven one has done all day today talking about what needs to be talked about in our community to help the healing and help in understanding and give us a better understanding of our black community and our culture brown comedian digest many go through he says to help provide a foundational understanding of the African American experience please check out the book post traumatic slave syndrome it's by Dr joy the gory it's comprehensive and so helpful to all who want to light in light in themselves and to raise systematic racism there's also a video lecture as an overview that we could find online but it's called post traumatic slave since condemned I've been seeing a lot of different posting I'm just how an educated we are in this area while we thought Minnesota nice was this great state number thing but I there's another study about how the gaps in Minnesota in Minnesota every one of the worst and we're number five button followed only by Wisconsin Iowa North Dakota South Dakota pretty much US and our area and just how black Americans face more obstacles in Minnesota than any other state you know besides our little Midwest state so there's a lot of learning to do and I think there's an opportunity and I think that's what a corresponding with a spot earlier yeah is you need to read you need to be curious you need to find out more about what you can do we're not one of my favorite tweet says how this weekend was from somebody who said our only prince knew the revolution was going to harness over that's why it was a good start here yeah it was it did we need to follow through okay so this is from our friends to it chapter two books she I just wanted to just remind people about seriously stop buying from Amazon people in the organization was so many people your local businesses and she knows that we are always on that and a bit like you know even you know like the global mid town market a lot of amazing as stores that are here in terms of out of your way to shop these where they have websites locally but just try harder yes I've had this I've had the bad boy a conversation with Casey begin now I did cut him slack when he ordered the seven foot T. rex because you don't get it wrong he ordered he saw we're watching I'd kind of bugged him about yeah we got together we saw but he and I were watching Good Morning America I think like last Thursday morning and if they have their like spotlight in a little video of the day and it was a lady in a pink inflatable unicorn costume did you know blows up like with a fan or I don't know how it gets all puffy but anyway she was able to see her grandchildren and they were able to run up and grab her and hunger and I did confess to Casey I don't know where you would get that locally so you can go ahead and go on Amazon and you did let up by the T. rack so that you can hug here grand children he's like I'm not buying that thing and then he saw the GMA thing and the you saw how excited the kids were all my gosh and we were just laughing sync this damn thing is fifty eight dollars and like what are you spending your money on make a donation and by the TV that's going to be I will get it whenever it is that we get that because that was another thing you know there's some places were meal is disrupted or mail isn't even happening how about seeing the mail not just mail all over the park yes yes so anyway I will take a video of Q. Hamptons he racks when ever we have that and he's like how my gonna blow it up and he said you're going to get out of the car like a block before the house and just what okay okay is it that's just going to be funny Loria let's see that's going to be funny yeah I well I think the kids will we'll enjoy it now if you will like it too because he can only do so many of the super soaker fades and water balloons on Braemar would be a good day it sounds like we're in for some hot weather it's going to be high yeah Hiten Hiten sh ready so anyway and I know the patios open today flurry Diane if you if their business didn't get destroyed or anything so I know people I are open in doing that you got to make a reservation because you don't know yeah if you don't know many people wonder was I drove down to Stillwater yesterday while blooming yellow out Wisconsin you can tell there's a corvette well I can't even tell you the mayor had said nasty they were he was worried on I think Saturday night as for the NASA guard as for help they weren't sure what was what was going to happen over there because there aren't any guidelines no with that anything it's just it's just all open so this is happening and I hope people have a good night tonight yes he has to stay safe and get home by ten o'clock I was wondering if it was going to be a eight o'clock curfew or not because let's just say that maybe I'm going across town or something to do with scissors laurel's gad at no point man you got an appointment so just reminding everyone that there is a curfew in effect today from ten PM to four AM in the cities of Minneapolis and St Paul and that the Minnesota department of transportation tweeted out about four hours ago that there are no planned Heil highway closures in the metro area this evening but I the as we have experienced this past weekend those things can change very quickly right so you just want to if you're planning going anywhere you want to stay informed and up to date yeah do you like to do with their Twitter do you think that's the best way yeah I like Twitter and that's how I've been feeling.

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"traumatic slave syndrome" Discussed on The Breakfast Club

The Breakfast Club

02:03 min | 1 year ago

"traumatic slave syndrome" Discussed on The Breakfast Club

"Agree sleeping my investor. He got this line called. Planet Day, but I agree with you. It's only because they don't take us serious in that space right now. Look at black people, and they think we only supposed to be right about one thing, which is usually the streetlife right, and that's why they want us to want writer identity of corruption and nothing that develops or gives us some science about life. You know so like the my book. The black because we got everything in there from post, traumatic slave syndrome like with Dr. Joys on Gurry puts her book Y'all definitely need to put her on your show. Dot. Dot The done heard of. Post, traumatic slave syndrome she is, she is I. Call Her the Female Malcolm X. of this. You got to really check her out like she is the true. For Post traumatic place. I've heard that all. Have I mean I've heard that term. Definitely used the term I. don't mean man maybe I. Do know her I. Don't know definitely that term. No, but thank you. Slave play on Broadway then well, when whenever it's back open again is kind of all about that, too, but I said I'd say. A new. We had him on the show. He's black satire off the. He wrote the book more Girls Hello Who's this this is. Douglas, pile from the top notch Mobile Salon in Detroit. Bravo! get it off your chest Bro. I was Charlotte my me and my wife I. We work together all the time now. We already tease. Is the, blessed man that you know all the time and the work put it on my kids with children as Like I could see exactly what's going on with it? You know. Yes, my wife and I we. We We really truly appreciate each other's company. Now man you know now that we were sanitize them disinfecting the flying, getting ready to go back to work, you know he just got like I grew Charlotte. Mind they'd never liked. I. Never liked each other. Couple of weeks. You'd never liked the person you would. I'm which I'm enjoying so much. Thank you for calling Umbro Hello. WHO's.

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"traumatic slave syndrome" Discussed on The Breakfast Club

The Breakfast Club

02:03 min | 1 year ago

"traumatic slave syndrome" Discussed on The Breakfast Club

"Agree sleeping my investor. He got this line called. Planet Day, but I agree with you. It's only because they don't take us serious in that space right now. Look at black people, and they think we only supposed to be right about one thing, which is usually the streetlife right, and that's why they want us to want writer identity of corruption and nothing that develops or gives us some science about life. You know so like the my book. The black because we got everything in there from post, traumatic slave syndrome like with Dr. Joys on Gurry puts her book Y'all definitely need to put her on your show. Dot. Dot The done heard of. Post, traumatic slave syndrome she is, she is I. Call Her the Female Malcolm X. of this. You got to really check her out like she is the true. For Post traumatic place. I've heard that all. Have I mean I've heard that term. Definitely used the term I. don't mean man maybe I. Do know her I. Don't know definitely that term. No, but thank you. Slave play on Broadway then well, when whenever it's back open again is kind of all about that, too, but I said I'd say. A new. We had him on the show. He's black satire off the. He wrote the book more Girls Hello Who's this this is. Douglas, pile from the top notch Mobile Salon in Detroit. Bravo! get it off your chest Bro. I was Charlotte my me and my wife I. We work together all the time now. We already tease. Is the, blessed man that you know all the time and the work put it on my kids with children as Like I could see exactly what's going on with it? You know. Yes, my wife and I we. We We really truly appreciate each other's company. Now man you know now that we were sanitize them disinfecting the flying, getting ready to go back to work, you know he just got like I grew Charlotte. Mind they'd never liked. I. Never liked each other. Couple of weeks. You'd never liked the person you would. I'm which I'm enjoying so much. Thank you for calling Umbro Hello. WHO's.

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"traumatic slave syndrome" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

04:45 min | 1 year ago

"traumatic slave syndrome" Discussed on No Agenda

"Sir. D of Honda's rotting hold on hold on surrounding hole into number two hundred bucks Holland favorite courage. Hey Hey ho the m five am has got to go or well. Done Sir de excellent and that is our last Executive Associate Executive Producer for show. Twelve hundred. Hundreds of people joined in on this show. And we WANNA thank. You should ever want him supporting it showing that they appreciate the fact that we did two hundred shows and we're continuing right up until we stop. which is I don't know in no time soon? Well we are celebrating this and afford it and it's it's yeah it's a it's a celebration with everybody for everybody as I said just a moment ago. It's really your best podcast in the universe I do have a couple of other Quick items of business to take care of a big shout out to void avoid zero Void zero has been running an architect. Did our our our servers are distribution network and has kept the cost incredibly low because of it He has a number of things to celebrate. First of all Stephen his son who you might have heard on several depre- pre show STREAMS ON NO AGENDA STREAM DOT com turned four on Tuesday. So we'll have him in the birthday list They're expecting their second child in February and last Wednesday he and Iris in his Much better half after living together for eleven years. They got married. So congratulations very happy for the happy. Congratulations indeed eleven years and they never had a fight. It's fantastic. I went to the PO. Box I do want to thank the Santa Innate local eight Oh five I got my Mike copy notes You got that right. Everyone wrote a little cute little note and it was Sir Sir D. H.. Slammer Dame Bang Bang Andrew Keeper of the mountains Dame Simona. Who else do we have here? The very very nice to have that and we'd already talked about on the show but I appreciate receiving the copy of it. Also thank you to Texas Dragon. I got got My my rub and my barbecue sauce. Have you tried to. I also got my rub. Have you tried again barbecue sauce. No no I have not idea what they're all wild so I have to wait for one thing is raining Kendra doing barbecuing right. So I will head of put some import ribs up Cook them for about six. I usually cook them for about four and a half hours and then give them to give the once an alley used a rub. And then I'll use the barbecue sauce. Texas DASH DRAGON DOT COM. And I was my heart was warmed by beautiful card From Sergeant Fred. who had not heard from? I know he still listens. Thousands Sergeant Fred Vietnam veteran. He saw himself read. Elaine and Maria Custom Nada. Also Matt Cocks her husband and they wish us oliveri yet Merry Christmas and a happy New Year and same to you fred. I'm so glad you're doing OK and I don't know who sent me this but thank you for the Post Traumatic Slave Syndrome book doc. Not Seen that way Dr Joy degree and Yes she wrote this book. America's legacy of enduring injury are- and healing. It's a fun little book for the holidays so I'll be reading that Over Christmas thank you. And thank you executive the producers and associated executive producers of the no agenda twelve hundred anniversary. Special that is the title. You'll you putting on your Lincoln on on your indeed or maybe just on your your twitter profile or on your your Your resume as John said it definitely looks a little especially when you have a title as an executive producer or associate executive producer. Thank you so much and remember that we are here for another couple of episodes. We're going go on. We'll keep counting and you can support us dot org slash and can speak very clearly to the impeachment because you know now formula is this we go out. We had people in the mouth. The Democrats have no agenda..

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"traumatic slave syndrome" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

04:45 min | 1 year ago

"traumatic slave syndrome" Discussed on No Agenda

"Sir. D of Honda's rotting hold on hold on surrounding hole into number two hundred bucks Holland David Courage. Hey Hey ho the m five am has got to go or well done. Sir De Excellent and that is our last Executive Associate Executive Producer for show. Twelve hundred. Hundreds of people joined in on this show. And we WANNA thank. You should ever want him supporting it showing that they appreciate the fact that we did two hundred shows and we're continuing right up until we stop. which is I don't know in no time soon? Well we are celebrating this and afford it and it's it's yeah it's a it's a celebration with everybody for everybody as I said just a moment ago. It's really your best podcast in the universe I do have a couple of other Quick items of business to take care of a big shout out to void avoid zero Void zero has been running an architect. Did our our our servers are distribution network and has kept the cost incredibly low because of it He has a number of things to celebrate. First of all Stephen his son who you might have heard on several depre- pre show STREAMS ON NO AGENDA STREAM DOT com turned four on Tuesday. So we'll have him in the birthday list They're expecting their second child in February and last Wednesday he and Iris in his Much better half after living together for eleven years. They got married. So congratulations very happy for the happy. Congratulations congratulations indeed. Eleven years and they never had a fight. It's fantastic. I went to the PO box. I do want to thank the Santa Innate local eight Oh five I got my Mike copy notes You got that right. Everyone wrote a little cute little note and it was Sir Sir D. H.. Slammer Dame Bang Bang Andrew Keeper of the mountains Dame Simona. Who else do we have here? The very very nice to have that and we'd already talked about on the show but I appreciate receiving the copy of it. Also thank you to Texas Dragon. I got got My my rub and my barbecue sauce. Have you tried to. I also got my rub. Have you tried again barbecue sauce. No no I have not idea what. They're all wild so I have to wait for one thing as rainy Kennedy doing barbecuing right so I will head of put some some pork ribs up Cook them for about six. I usually cook them for about four and a half hours and then give them to give the once an alley used a rub. And then I'll use the barbecue sauce. Texas DASH DRAGON DOT COM. And I was my heart was warmed by beautiful card From Sergeant Fred. who had not heard from? I know he's still listens. Thousands Sergeant Fred Vietnam veteran. He saw himself read. Elaine and Maria Custom Nada. Also Matt Cocks her husband and they wish us oliveri yet Merry Christmas and a happy New Year and same to you fred. I'm so glad you're doing OK and I don't know who sent me this but thank you for the Post Traumatic Slave Syndrome book doc. Not Seen that way Dr Joy degree and Yes she wrote this book. America's legacy of enduring injury are- and healing. It's a fun little book for the holidays so I'll be reading that Over Christmas thank you. And thank you executive the producers and associated executive producers of the no agenda twelve hundred anniversary. Special that is the title. You'll you putting on your Lincoln on on your indeed or maybe just on your your twitter profile or on your your Your resume as John said it definitely looks a little especially when you have a title as an executive producer or associate executive producer. Thank you so much and remember that we are here for another couple of episodes. We're going go on. We'll keep counting and you can support us dot org slash and can speak very clearly to the impeachment because you know now formula is this we go out. We had people in the mouth. The Democrats have no agenda..

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"traumatic slave syndrome" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

04:45 min | 1 year ago

"traumatic slave syndrome" Discussed on No Agenda

"Body of Honda's rotting hold on hold on surrounding hole into number two hundred bucks Holland David Courage. Hey Hey ho the m five am has got to go or well. Done Sir de excellent and that is our last Executive Associate Executive Producer for show. Twelve hundred. Hundreds of people joined in on this show. And we WANNA thank. You should ever want him supporting it showing that they appreciate the fact that we did two hundred shows and we're continuing right up until we stop. which is I don't know in no time soon? Well we are celebrating this and afford it and it's it's yeah it's a it's a celebration with everybody for everybody as I said just a moment ago. It's really your best podcast in the universe I do have a couple of other Quick items of business to take care of a big shout out to void avoid zero Void zero has been running an architect. Did our our our servers are distribution network and has kept the cost incredibly low because of it He has a number of things to celebrate. First of all Stephen his son who you might have heard on several depre- pre show STREAMS ON NO AGENDA STREAM DOT com turned four on Tuesday. So we'll have him in the birthday list They're expecting their second child in February and last Wednesday he and Iris in his Much better half after living together for eleven years. They got married. So congratulations very happy for the happy. Congratulations congratulations indeed. Eleven years and they never had a fight. It's fantastic. I went to the PO box. I do want to thank the Santa Innate local eight Oh five I got my Mike copy notes You got that right. Everyone wrote a little cute little note and it was Sir Sir D. H.. Slammer Dame Bang Bang Andrew Keeper of the mountains Dame Simona. Who else do we have here? The very very nice to have that and we'd already talked about on the show but I appreciate receiving the copy of it. Also thank you to Texas Dragon. I got got My my rub and my barbecue sauce. Have you tried to. I also got my rub. Have you tried again barbecue sauce. No no I have not idea what. They're all wild so I have to wait for one thing as rainy Kennedy doing barbecuing right so I will head of put some some pork ribs up Cook them for about six. I usually cook them for about four and a half hours and then give them to give the once an alley used a rub. And then I'll use the barbecue sauce. Texas DASH DRAGON DOT COM. And I was my heart was warmed by beautiful card From Sergeant Fred. who had not heard from? I know he still listens. Thousands Sergeant Fred Vietnam veteran. He saw himself read. Elaine and Maria Custom Nada. Also Matt Cocks her husband and they wish us oliveri yet Merry Christmas and a happy New Year and same to you fred. I'm so glad you're doing OK and I don't know who sent me this but thank you for the Post Traumatic Slave Syndrome book doc. Not Seen that way Dr Joy degree and Yes she wrote this book. America's legacy of Enduring Injury Korea and healing. It's a fun little book for the holidays so I'll be reading that Over Christmas thank you. And thank you executive the producers and associated executive producers of the no agenda twelve hundred anniversary. Special that is the title. You'll you putting on your Lincoln on on your indeed or maybe just on your your twitter profile or on your your Your resume as John said it definitely looks a little especially when you have a title as an executive producer or associate executive producer. Thank you so much and remember that we are here for another couple of episodes. We're going go on. We'll keep counting and you can support us dot org slash and can speak very clearly to the impeachment because you know now formula is this we go out. We had people in the mouth. The Democrats have no agenda..

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"traumatic slave syndrome" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

WORT 89.9 FM

05:58 min | 3 years ago

"traumatic slave syndrome" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

"That's so highly individualistic, we not to understand that racial inequity or racialism mission is to stomach, and so we have to understand how the system actually function its internal components and external components, and how power and economics are the drivers of the system, which is definitely true in in in every form of incarceration that we have we have access to berry. Cheap labor, and what that actually means and for whom who benefits from that. And we also understand that the system which is living in moving and breathing just like the human system with lots of parts communicating with one another is embedded in history, culture and identity, and so once we understand what these internal components expert. External components are and what the drivers are and how they're influence then we can analyze more clearly what's actually going on and come up with strategies for change. That means everything from what can I do as an individual to? What can I do as a policy maker? What can we do as voters and so on and so forth? So really what I'm looking for is. How do we how do we educate ourselves and uplift each other to to make a kind of world that our children's children can live in? My last comment is my friend joy to grew. Who wrote a book called post traumatic slave syndrome is probably one of the most powerful speakers. I know. Says there's an expression in Africa. Where when people meet each other rather than saying Hello, how are you? They ask how are the children? How are the children means if the society is going to do well the children need to be doing? Well, and the children are first concern because without children who are healthy who are being taken care of who educated properly who have access to all the things that they need in order to thrive. The society can't thrive. And so that's that's sort of one of the underpinnings of the work that we do is to really address that question how the children and now we're moving into virtual reality to help do that as well. So that's sort of the tenor of the work that we do here. Hey. Everything that you're talking about. Just sounds fantastic. And I'm so excited that you're coming to the racial Justice summit, and we're going to have the opportunity to see you in person and hear more from you. I when I was on your website. And as I was saying earlier, one of the things that really stuck out for me was your use of the word shallow that the conversations about race in America are very shallow. And can you elaborate on that? Yeah. It just really moved me to to to hear that word. I think that you know, we we as I'm speaking very generally as a population of people, we don't even understand what the word racism means people get offended, particularly white people get offended because every statement about race is viewed through an individualistic lens. And so people feel like they're being attacked or they feel like they're being threatened in some way, or they feel like I don't belong to the Ku Klux Klan, I'm not racist. But racial is Asian is built into the very fiber of the context, which we walk every single day, and our resistance to the disparities that are actually happening and the cost to everyone not just the people who are at the effect. But the people who are part of you know, not being able to see what we're doing for one. Another means that we're doing to continue what we're doing. And so the conversation has to become much more as I already mentioned systemic in nature that we look more at the moving parts of what creates racism, what creates racism, of course, creates every other form of oppression as well, but race is deeply embedded into all forms of intersectional oppression. So there's just so much for us to consider. So that we can be the best people. We can be not only individually, but collectively and Manasseh I wanted to pull you back in here. I mean, this was this. This was the spirit of why the racial Justice summit was created seventeen years ago by YWCA Madison to understand that you know, institutional racism has depth in this in this nation and in our community and to get to it. We have to be willing to have the detailed conversation to see the racism that exists. Absolutely. Absolutely. And so, you know to continue the conversation, you know, it is our hope that we always sort of go deeper every year when the conversation, and and talk more about the intersection that happens with racism, we're talking about racism. We're talking about sex is on the, you know, you get into all the 'isms, and before you know, it, you know, we're here in a a huge conflicts conversation. And so, you know, it is our goal always to deepen the conversation to make sure that people are really taking in what it is that we're talking about what we are talking about raping and remind us Jay again, how how people can sign up how people can can learn more about shock d in her presentation and all the things that will be present at the racial Justice amid. Yes. So you go to our website, right WPA, Madison dot org and actually go to the racial Justice stomach rate on our homepage. You can find all the information about the summit. We have there. The bios of our keynote speakers we have descriptions of all the breakouts. There will be offering and you can register right there on the website. So.

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"traumatic slave syndrome" Discussed on Therapy for Black Girls

Therapy for Black Girls

03:32 min | 3 years ago

"traumatic slave syndrome" Discussed on Therapy for Black Girls

"It because it describes the the how the body keeps in stores trauma and it normalizes again kind of these experiences that you had that happen that you feel okay why why am i blowing things custody portion oh it's my stress responsive so like it kinda makes you feel normal in a book that it's kind of i i like it so my clients like it but the authors i guess we're part of another some drama around it that i recently found out but i like book the clients like the book but it can be really triggering that's occurred to heal someone else you know that one have heard that some plans like really feel triggered by but then other clients really really like it in backwards so it's kind of like that's one of those that i would as a therapist i would slowly introduce like maybe a check or something i wouldn't incur survivor to go out and read it on their own is just the stories yeah it can just be really upsetting okay so that may be one that we would not encourage like if you are not in treatment like it may be if you're working with therapists maybe one to talk with your therapist about whether you guys can work through some of the exercises probably would not be one that you want to just go pick up on your own exactly got it back and then a final one which also could be triggered but i think also completely gosh it's so validating to hear about is post traumatic slave syndrome by dr joy degree and i just i absolutely love her you can watch lectures on youtube also but i think breaking down kind of the legacy of slavery in the us and a lot of overall kind of trauma symptoms it i think it's like a nice i dunno i just really like it and the way she explains it really makes you feel like okay these are survival instincts i just now i'm not in that mode anymore so i can i can do different things to change in be better but while at least i know i'm not crazy so that's you know that's one of the that's one of the reasons i really love her in recommend especially for or blood black clients but also i think anybody who's working with with african american population should be that book got it okay so tell us more about your practice jessica because you have a bit of an interesting practice and i'm sure people would love to hear that it it is interesting so i do all my work online licensing california and to all my clients live in california but i live in israel because i felt the need to go on in venture so i decided a third world country would be awesome and don't get mad at me people out there who've been israel wanna tell me it's a first world country 'cause i live here and it's not you know it's it's part of the adventure in learning in different cultures in things like that so i do work online i work with kids as young as seven i do lots of movement yoga dance music played games with my kids obviously but adults to get into the yoga and it's it's really about tapping into the body and and making those connections that's that's it for my practice okay and where can people find find you online get more information about you any.

"traumatic slave syndrome" Discussed on WVON 1690 AM

WVON 1690 AM

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"traumatic slave syndrome" Discussed on WVON 1690 AM

"So not only are we sick and wounded but were passing these wounds onto our children in allowing them to go on unaddressed and i'm not blaming you but that's part of the reason i told you listen to this morning right because we need the information you know my people perish from lack of knowledge right here's the knowledge then here's what you need to know what's the other outcome my belief based on my research based on the work that i do is that most african americans likely suffer from some form of p t s s post traumatic slave syndrome you might be like not me take another look take another look you gotta look so i spent all this time talking about the source and then the outcome which is p t s right post traumatic slave syndrome the let me talk about the remedy and i see your phone calls but i gotta get through the remedy what is the remedy robin walker who was a historian he has a book call when we ruled for those you on facebook about that thick african history from the beginning from the very beginning by the way the like the the first part of history the first documented history is african.

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"traumatic slave syndrome" Discussed on WVON 1690 AM

WVON 1690 AM

03:27 min | 3 years ago

"traumatic slave syndrome" Discussed on WVON 1690 AM

"Right that's your ancestry whether you want to own it or not and by the way they likelihood for you this to disown it as part of your trump i folks all the time say i ain't african that's part of your trauma to disown the very ancestry of your dna that's trauma okay healing is necessary so what's the outcome today african americans make up thirteen percent of the population hey an african americans i dying at a disproportionate rate african americans have a life expectancy of seven years less than whites seven years on average less than whites african american infant mortality is two times that of whites african americans per capita lead the nation in deaths caused by heart disease diabetes hiv and aids hypertension homicide influenza in the monja let me ask you some how is it that a people that survived the transatlantic slave trade the ride from africa to america are not dying of obesity heart disease diabetes hypertension influenza pneumonia rica survived that but now we case survive the context of this modern world trauma some of us are eating ourselves to death because we're suffering from p t s no self love you can't tell me that if you wake up and you can't breathe well that that not thinking that that's not okay is not an indication of trauma in a need for healing you can't tell me it's a neat you need to be healed and i'm not talking about your body i'm talking about your mind i trauma another quote by dr joy drew who i'm looking to have on a show by the way recent research in the field of epa genetics remember we talked about what epigenetics is right what happens in epigenetics is that well i'm just gonna read the quote recent research in the field of epigenetics has revealed that trauma can actually impacted individuals dna and a manifestation of the traumas experienced by prior generations can be passed along genetically to offspring this is her book post traumatic slave syndrome read it one more time recent research in field of epa genetics has revealed that trauma can actually impact and individuals dna that means the in the dna that i have that i've passed onto my son can actually have the marking trauma in the manifestation of the traumas experienced by prior generations can be passed along genetically to osprey.

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"traumatic slave syndrome" Discussed on WVON 1690 AM

WVON 1690 AM

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"traumatic slave syndrome" Discussed on WVON 1690 AM

"So the topic this morning is black identity and the healing of an oppressed people the healing of an oppressed people and let me set the context real quick something happened to me in africa i've been like i said i've been to africa before but i think it's the context with which i went this time and the fact that i spent a lot of time in west africa and ghana and the tour we went on exploring no slave castles explorer exploring our history and after that happened in march became really curious about alright if we if african americans with through that level of of trauma 'cause i i had the opportunity to see it firsthand right then how might we heal from a trauma like that like one are we heal was what part of the question and then to if we're not healed then how do we heal right because i in my line of work is not just about introducing the problem is also about finding the solution and and so i ended up i've read probably since i've been back from ghana about the seven books and i started off with some of the the regulars right some i have read in the past willie lynch letters things like that the mis education of the negro by carter woodson so i start off with some of these it's the refresh my mind on then i went through some new tech's right you know like for instance post traumatic slave syndrome by dr joy to route and and i had the opportunity to preserve what i'm going to share with you all this morning to a group of colleagues right individuals who have obtained their doctorates in and who had been coaching for quite some time master coaches professional coaches experts in psychology etc and are presented when.

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