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Episode #163: A Reflection on Juneteenth with the Honorable Stephen D. Holmes
The Honorable Stephen D. Holmes of Galveston, TX, reflects on the history of Juneteenth when Union soldier Major General Gordon Granger landed in Galveston on June 19, 1865, to announce the Confederate army had surrendered and that enslaved Black people in the state were free by executive decree.
Episode #162: Caregiving in African American Families w/Tina Thomas
Guest: Tina Thomas, Director of Programs and Services at Alzheimer's Association®
This week on Dr. P on the Pod, Dr. P sits down with Dementia Education Master Trainer Tina Thomas to discuss caregiving in Black families and what we can do to raise awareness around dementia in African American and faith communities.
Episode #161: Black Women and Fibroids w/Dr. Kalahn Taylor-Clark
This week, Dr. P chatted with Kalahn Taylor-Clark, PhD, about women, uterine fibroids, period equity, and ways women can advocate for themselves and their bodies. Dr. P also shares her personal journey with fibroids.
This episode is brought to you with support from Myovant Sciences.
Episode #160: Black Men and Mental Health w/Dr. Pervis Taylor III
Dr. P is joined by Dr. Pervis Taylor this week for an in-depth discussion on the trials and tribulations of Black Men and mental health concerns. Dr. Taylor discusses real-time challenges and solutions for Black Men and the women who love them.
Episode #159: The Struggles of Becoming a Visionary Leader w/Karena Dykes
Karena Dykes and Dr. P discuss the challenges and pitfalls of becoming a visionary leader. As a sports mom, Karena offers tips from her book and “proud” advice as her 19-year-old son enters pro basketball.
Episode #158: The intersection between aging, women's health, and culture w/Vanessa L. Hill
May is Women's Health Awareness Month. This week on Dr. P on the Pod, we revisit Dr. P's conversation with Project Nana, Inc. Founder Vanessa L. Hill on the intersection between aging, women's health, and culture.