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3.28.21- Tenemos Voz: Latino Peer Recovery Platica by the NLBHA

OUR PODCAST IS READY!! GJ shared a plática/discussion about Latino Peer Recovery from the National Latino Behavioral Health Association, (NLBHA). This plática was moderated by NLBHA Executive Director Fred Sandoval and Associate Director Maxine Henry.  They spoke with Melisha Montano and Nathan Lawson, from the Office of Peer Recovery and Engagement. Each shared their lived...

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3.15.21- Self Care Youth Roundtable & Commentary

This week on Generation Justice, we aired a youth roundtable on self care, discussed from a race equity lens. Youth explored the access issues that exist within self care and shared how they have grown during this pandemic. We also shared a commentary about the inequities of self care, presented and written by GJ member...

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2.7.21- Mental Health, Wellness & Indigenous Communities

Generation Justice · 2.7.21- Mental Health, Wellness & Indigenous Communities This week on Generation Justice, we spoke with advocates for mental health support in Native communities of New Mexico, Teresa Gomez, Suzanne Pearlman, Connie O’Marra, and Jennifer S. Nanez. Listen to our podcast to hear the full version of our interviews with these valuable guests!...

5.3.20 – Youth Mental Health During COVID 19
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5.3.20 – Youth Mental Health During COVID 19

How can parents and families support their youth while at home during the pandemic? This week on Generation Justice Long time GJ member Pilar Monfiletto spoke with Dr. Amy Rouse, Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Science and Dr. Kristina Sowar Assistant Professor and Attending Psychiatrist in the departments of General, Child...

12.8.19 – Dr. Tommy J. Curry
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12.8.19 – Dr. Tommy J. Curry

This week, we hear from Professor Tommy J. Curry, author of the book The Man-Not: Race, Class, Genre, and the Dilemmas of Black Manhood, and Personal Chair of Africana Philosophy & Black Male Studies at the University of Edinburgh. Where in academia are the experiences of black men and boys told and justified? Dr. Curry...