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Racial Discrimination & intergenerational trauma

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Native Americans Know How Place Affects Health | Place Matters Oregon | OHA

For thousands of years, the Klamath Tribes have had a deep physical and spiritual connection to southern Oregon. But in 1954, the U.S. government took over their tribal lands there.

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Ain’t I a Woman: Black Women and Feminism

A classic work of feminist scholarship, Ain’t I a Woman has become a must-read for all those interested in the nature of black womanhood.

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Coping with Racial Trauma

While individuals of all racial-ethnic minority groups are at risk of experiencing racial discrimination and racial trauma, Black Americans are especially at risk, as anti-Black racism is individual, systemic, and historical.

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Redefined - Lisa Ling

Acclaimed journalist, television host, and author Lisa Ling joins Zainab to talk about the timely and personal significance of her latest show, Take Out, fighting back against bigotry and bias by teaching empathy and diverse history to the next generation, and what a recent psychedelic experience...

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How the Word Is Passed: A Reckoning With the History of Slavery Across America

Beginning in his hometown of New Orleans, Clint Smith leads the reader on an unforgettable tour of monuments and landmarks—those that are honest about the past and those that are not—that offer an intergenerational story of how slavery has been central in shaping our nation’s collective history,...

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Cultural Trauma: Slavery and the Formation of African American Identity (Cambridge Cultural Social Studies)

This book explores the formation of the African-American identity through the theory of cultural trauma. The trauma in question is slavery, not as an institution or as personal experience, but as collective memory—a pervasive remembrance that grounded a people’s sense of itself.

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Toni Morrison: The Last Interview and Other Conversations

In this wide-ranging collection of thought-provoking interviews—including her first and last—Toni Morrison (whom President Barrack Obama called a “national treasure”) details not only her writing life, but also her other careers as a teacher, and as a publisher, as well as the gripping story of...

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The Trauma of an American Untouchable

Arisika Razak shares her reflections on trauma, oppression, and healing the wounds of racism.

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For Protesters, Trauma Lingers Long After the Marching Ends

Instead of relying on systems that have consistently failed the most vulnerable in the protest community, Mullan encourages a shift toward community-based care.

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How Alaska Native Women Are Healing from Generations of Trauma

Marjorie, a young Alaska Native woman, gives facial tattoos to indigenous women as a way to connect with a culture once banned by missionaries.

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