Dec 29, 2020
The one in which we take time to look back at the year many of us just lived through, mourn those of us who didn't live through it, and try to look ahead to 2021.
Dec 22, 2020
The one in which of not having a government that dictates what we may or may not believe and how we choose to worship and pray, or not to do so. Many people fled to the US to avoid or escape religious persecution. This week we talk about the need to maintain protections for religious freedom and to keep religion out of...
Dec 15, 2020
The one in which we talk to Ayo Akindumila, LMFT about athletes and their mental health. Ayo is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist with extensive experience working with people coping with stressful transitions. She specializes in working with people dealing with sport related transitions.
Dec 8, 2020
The session in which we talk about the serious health disparities caused by racism. There is a long history in our country of inequality in healthcare and Black, Indigenous and People of Color in the US are still more likely to be negatively impacted by many contributing factors including provider bias, unequal access,...
Dec 1, 2020
The session in which we talk about the African American cultural explosion that centered in Harlem, New York beginning in the 1920's. Intellectuals, artists, musicians, writers, and others migrated toward freedom. The result was a celebration of Black pride that offered a deeper awareness and appreciation of...