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You Okay, Sis?: Misogynoir & Mental Health with Jeremiah Hopes M.S., LPC, LCAS, CAADC

podcast October 22, 2020


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In this episode, You Okay, Sis?: Misogynoir & Mental Health with Jeremiah Hopes. Ekemini and Christina are joined by Jeremiah Hopes M.S., LPC, LCAS, CAADC is a solution-focused thinker, professional counselor, speaker, and author. Jeremiah holds a Master of Science degree in Counseling and he is a Licensed Professional Counselor and a Licensed Clinical Addictions Specialist. In 2005 he founded, The Center of Hopes,™ a counseling, speaking, and training organization. In 2015 he co-authored Facing Our Future: Building Strong Black Men in the 21st Century. Jeremiah provides counseling services to individuals and families and provides professional training to groups and organizations. Jeremiah is a powerful speaker and an engaging storyteller and his trainings are both interactive and informative. Jeremiah has consulted with the award-winning GAP program and has provided services to a variety of groups and organizations including: the School Nurse Association of North Carolina, the Virginia Department of Alcohol and Beverage Control Board, and the North Carolina Governor’s Crime Commission.

Purchase Jeremiah Hopes’ Book, Facing Our Future: Building Strong Black Men in the 21st Century here: http://www.centerofhopes.com/product/facing-our-future-book

Follow Jeremiah on Instagram and Facebook:
IG: https://www.instagram.com/jeremiahhopes/?hl=en
FB: https://www.facebook.com/thecenterofhopes/
Website: www.centerofhopes.com

Articles referenced in this episode:

Explanation of Misogynoir by Trudy http://www.gradientlair.com/post/84107309247/define-misogynoir-anti-black-misogyny-moya-bailey-coined

Police Violence Against Black Women and Girls is State-Sanctioned Rape Culture by Ekemini Uwan

Police violence against Black women and girls is state-sanctioned rape culture

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