For over 30 years, the Black Mental Health Alliance for Education and Consultation, Inc. has provided a trusted culturally competent forum on the topic of mental health and related issues. We are bridge builders. From the Psychiatrist to the Grassroots Community level worker, Politicians to Educators, we provide an unapologetically Black space for those who work with marginalized communities across the United States and the world. Provocative, engaging, and thought provoking. The Black Mental Health Alliance is prepared to provide a bi-monthly podcast opportunity for all who understand (or are ready to learn) that #blackmindsmattter, first. We go live Friday August 28, 2020 at 3pm EST!
Oh Black Church...Where art thou?
Oh Black Church...Where art thou? is November’s podcast for Real Talk: Black Minds Matter. Historically, our churches have been the cornerstone of the black community for everything from the civil rights movement to public health awareness (i.e. Red...
Ep.2: The 411 on the 5-O
This podcast will discuss how police brutality disproportionately affects Black people and people of color, the link between experiences of police brutality and the collateral mental health affects. In this episode, co-hosts Andrea Brown and Nia Jones...
Ep. 1: Our Silence Won't Protect Us
Based upon Audre Lourde’s quote, Our Silence Won't Protect Us is the Black Mental Health Alliance’s inaugural podcast for Real Talk: Black Minds Matter. In this episode, co-hosts Andrea Brown and Nia Jones are joined by Stefanie Brown James, co-founder...
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A very powerful, moving and neccessary podcast about a very important, but often neglected topic in our society: the mental health of the Africian-American community.