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CALL ME DOCTOR: The "not so" micro-aggression‪.‬ MDFEME THE PODCAST

    • Health & Fitness

Episode 11: "CALL ME DOCTOR" features Dr Kristen Scatliffe, Dr Jana McKenzie and Dr. Kandice Waul Bennett discussing micro-agressions that black women commonly face. We break down the label: "Angry black woman" and the impact it has on our community. We discuss the importance of #mentorship #education #knowingthehistory and #knowledgeofself 

Our special guest for this episode is  Dr. Stephanie Desgrottes A general pediatrician based in Brooklyn, New York.  After several years of practice as an Assistant Professor of Pediatrics at Columbia University Medical Center, she ventured back into private practice at Tribeca Pediatrics, where she has now been practicing for 3 years.  She is also passionate about global health, and enjoys leading and developing inter-institutional health care initiatives alongside the University of Southern California-Providence Group, and HGD Medical Center, a community health center based in the rural town of Chabanne, Haiti.

One woman decided to take a stand!  She decided to address the "not so" micor-aggression that she was confronted with. She remained calm, cool and collected. She stood up for herself. When she did this she effectively stood for all #blackwomen and created an opportunity to bring to light to a very serious topic.  #racialgaslighting.  Her name is Dr Rosario, and this episode is dedicated to her. Racial Gaslighting is the product of a society riddled with #white privilege #entitlement and #implicit bias. Racism—both interpersonal and structural, negatively affects the mental and physical health of millions of people, especially those in #BIPOC communities.


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Episode 11: "CALL ME DOCTOR" features Dr Kristen Scatliffe, Dr Jana McKenzie and Dr. Kandice Waul Bennett discussing micro-agressions that black women commonly face. We break down the label: "Angry black woman" and the impact it has on our community. We discuss the importance of #mentorship #education #knowingthehistory and #knowledgeofself 

Our special guest for this episode is  Dr. Stephanie Desgrottes A general pediatrician based in Brooklyn, New York.  After several years of practice as an Assistant Professor of Pediatrics at Columbia University Medical Center, she ventured back into private practice at Tribeca Pediatrics, where she has now been practicing for 3 years.  She is also passionate about global health, and enjoys leading and developing inter-institutional health care initiatives alongside the University of Southern California-Providence Group, and HGD Medical Center, a community health center based in the rural town of Chabanne, Haiti.

One woman decided to take a stand!  She decided to address the "not so" micor-aggression that she was confronted with. She remained calm, cool and collected. She stood up for herself. When she did this she effectively stood for all #blackwomen and created an opportunity to bring to light to a very serious topic.  #racialgaslighting.  Her name is Dr Rosario, and this episode is dedicated to her. Racial Gaslighting is the product of a society riddled with #white privilege #entitlement and #implicit bias. Racism—both interpersonal and structural, negatively affects the mental and physical health of millions of people, especially those in #BIPOC communities.


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Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/mdfeme-inc/support

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