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What is Black?

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What is Black is a podcast that focuses on issues important to raising healthy and thriving Black children and adolescents. The biweekly podcast is hosted by Dr. Jacqueline Douge a pediatrician and mom of color.

Latest Episodes

Amanda Rodriguez: 50 Things to Do in Baby's First Year: The First-Time Mom's Guide for Your Baby, Yourself, and Your Sanity

Blogger and writer Amanda Rodriguez also known as the Dude Mom discusses her new book, 50 Things to Do in Baby’s First Year: The First-Time Mom’s Guide for Your Baby, Yourself and Your Sanity, a guide to surviving and thriving the first year of parenting.

23 MIN1 w ago
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Amanda Rodriguez: 50 Things to Do in Baby's First Year: The First-Time Mom's Guide for Your Baby, Yourself, and Your Sanity

Talking Black Hair with Lori L. Tharps

On today's episode, we're joined by Lori L. Tharps to discuss black hair and her book, Hair Story: Untangling the Roots of Black Hair in America. Lori is a set-described diversity diva and hairstorian. During this episode we cover the following topics and so much more! -The complicated history of Black hair -Strategies to help kids learn to love their hair -Cultural and historical significance of Black hair

45 MIN3 w ago
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Talking Black Hair with Lori L. Tharps

Janet Stickmon: To Black Parents Visting Earth

Author and professor Janet Stickmon discusses her new book, "To Black Parents Visiting Earth Raising Black Children inThe 21st Century". She shares her purpose in creating a guide to help parents navigate the current political and social landscape that often create challenges for parenting and raising Black children. Janet writes the book as letters to parents visiting Earth for the first time. She shares her experiences, challenges and shares resources. But most of all she describes the book as "a love letter life guide."

34 MINJAN 20
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Janet Stickmon: To Black Parents Visting Earth

Supermom Rehab with Dr. Omolara Thomas Uwemedimo

Dr. Omolara Thomas Uwemedimo is CEO and founder of OmolaraMD Health Solutions, a social justice physician, advocate and researcher passionate about health equity for mothers and children. She joins us today to discuss breaking the myths of being a supermom, the health impacts of being a supermom, why embracing vulnerability is important for moms embracing vulnerability, and how she help moms of color through her podcast role as pediatrician, mom and of host of SupermomRehab. You can find her blog and podcast at omolaramd.com

28 MINJAN 6
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Supermom Rehab with Dr. Omolara Thomas Uwemedimo

When They See Us: The Affects of Structural Racism on Black & Brown Youth

We're ending season one of What is Black podcast with a discussion about "When They See Us," the Ava DuVernay docuseries about five teenagers falsely accused and convicted for a crime they didn't commit. Much has been written about the series but I wanted to explore with my guests Dr. Baraka Floyd, Dr. Frank Clark, Dr. David de Angel Sola and Dr. Angela Moemeka how the series portrays how the adverse childhood experience and toxic stress of structural racism impacts Black and Brown youth then and now and how the series can be a conversation starter for families and communities to address racism.

53 MIN2019 SEP 23
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When They See Us: The Affects of Structural Racism on Black & Brown Youth

Dr. Aronica Cotton: Children's Mental Health

What is Black welcomes Dr. Aronica Cotton a Board Certified Adult, Child, and Adolescent Psychiatrist and an Assistant Professor in the Psychiatry Department at the University of Maryland Medical School, on this week’s podcast. Black children and young adults are less likely to get mental health care but still experience mental health conditions. One way to address this disparity in access to mental health care for Black children and adolescents is to talk about it. In Episode 26 you will learn: * The most common mental health concerns in children * The importance of mental health to children’s health and wellbeing * Tips to stay engaged with your children * A discussion about the growing disparity of suicide in black children

35 MIN2019 SEP 9
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Dr. Aronica Cotton: Children's Mental Health

A Conversation with Shonda Buchanan, Author of Black Indian

On this episode, I speak with poet, educator and author, Shonda Buchanan about her new memoir Black Indian. Shonda's memoir is an inspiring story that explores her family's legacy of being African Americans with American Indian roots and how they dealt with not just society's ostracization but the consequences of this dual inheritance. In our conversation Shonda and I talk about the lineage of fierce women in her family; why she wrote the book; how intersectionality of race and identity influenced the writing of her memoir; the impact of her multi-ethnic and multi-racial identity on her as a woman of color; the importance of telling our stories; and how learning about her family's past impacted her. It's a great conversation!

44 MIN2019 AUG 26
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A Conversation with Shonda Buchanan, Author of Black Indian

Meet the Author That Captures the Joys and Challenges of Black Mothering (w/ Kelly Glass)

Why is it so hard for Black mothers to show vulnerablity? Do you feel anxious raising black children? Theses are questions that many of us may have asked ourselves but have found it hard to answer or openly discuss with family and/or friends. Today's guest is Kelly Glass a writer whose interests focus on the intersections of parenting, mental health, race, and diversity. She's also the author of young adult racial literacy book Looking at Privilege and Power. Her work can be found in the Washington Post, Oxygen.com, HelloGiggles, Romper, and more. She's written two essays on these topics. During my conversation with Kelly, we'll learn about more about how she uses her writing to explore the joys and challenges of Black mothering, the vulnerablity of Black mothers, and Black mom anxiety. It's a great conversation and I think many moms will relate to the shared experiences.

31 MIN2019 AUG 12
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Meet the Author That Captures the Joys and Challenges of Black Mothering (w/ Kelly Glass)

The RESilience Initiative: Uplifting Youth Through Healthy Conversations About Race

During this episode I speak with Lauren G. Caldwell, JD, PhD, Keyona King-Tsikata, and Tiffany G. Townsend, PhD from the American Psychological Association (APA) to discuss the RESilience Initiative. RESilence's goals are to address the effects of racism, racial bias and discrimination through: * Increasing knowledge of racial and ethnic socialization (RES) as an important part of identity development. * Increasing the effective use of racial and ethnic socialization. * Supporting parents in managing their own experiences while helping their children learn positive messages about race and ethnicity. * Increasing attention to RES and related issues among researchers, research funders, practitioners, educators and other stakeholders.

38 MIN2019 AUG 5
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The RESilience Initiative: Uplifting Youth Through Healthy Conversations About Race

Dr. W. Steen James: Let's Talk About Water Safety

It's summertime! Parents, children and teens are enjoying the fun and sun. But we can't forget about the importance of water safety and drowning prevention. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), drowning is a leading cause of unintentional injury-related death in the US. Children ages 1-4 have the highest drowning rates and there’s a disparity in the rate of drowning with African-American children disproportionately impacted. On this episode, I speak with Dr. W. Steen James, a pediatrician, member of the American Academy of Pediatrics and its Georgia Chapter. She has a solo practice, Pediatrics Village P.C. in Peachtree Georgia. She shares information to help families stay safe this summer and beyond: * Learn CPR * Learn to swim (parents and children) * Supervise children when in or around water

34 MIN2019 AUG 1
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Dr. W. Steen James: Let's Talk About Water Safety

Latest Episodes

Amanda Rodriguez: 50 Things to Do in Baby's First Year: The First-Time Mom's Guide for Your Baby, Yourself, and Your Sanity

Blogger and writer Amanda Rodriguez also known as the Dude Mom discusses her new book, 50 Things to Do in Baby’s First Year: The First-Time Mom’s Guide for Your Baby, Yourself and Your Sanity, a guide to surviving and thriving the first year of parenting.

23 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Amanda Rodriguez: 50 Things to Do in Baby's First Year: The First-Time Mom's Guide for Your Baby, Yourself, and Your Sanity

Talking Black Hair with Lori L. Tharps

On today's episode, we're joined by Lori L. Tharps to discuss black hair and her book, Hair Story: Untangling the Roots of Black Hair in America. Lori is a set-described diversity diva and hairstorian. During this episode we cover the following topics and so much more! -The complicated history of Black hair -Strategies to help kids learn to love their hair -Cultural and historical significance of Black hair

45 MIN3 w ago
Comments
Talking Black Hair with Lori L. Tharps

Janet Stickmon: To Black Parents Visting Earth

Author and professor Janet Stickmon discusses her new book, "To Black Parents Visiting Earth Raising Black Children inThe 21st Century". She shares her purpose in creating a guide to help parents navigate the current political and social landscape that often create challenges for parenting and raising Black children. Janet writes the book as letters to parents visiting Earth for the first time. She shares her experiences, challenges and shares resources. But most of all she describes the book as "a love letter life guide."

34 MINJAN 20
Comments
Janet Stickmon: To Black Parents Visting Earth

Supermom Rehab with Dr. Omolara Thomas Uwemedimo

Dr. Omolara Thomas Uwemedimo is CEO and founder of OmolaraMD Health Solutions, a social justice physician, advocate and researcher passionate about health equity for mothers and children. She joins us today to discuss breaking the myths of being a supermom, the health impacts of being a supermom, why embracing vulnerability is important for moms embracing vulnerability, and how she help moms of color through her podcast role as pediatrician, mom and of host of SupermomRehab. You can find her blog and podcast at omolaramd.com

28 MINJAN 6
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Supermom Rehab with Dr. Omolara Thomas Uwemedimo

When They See Us: The Affects of Structural Racism on Black & Brown Youth

We're ending season one of What is Black podcast with a discussion about "When They See Us," the Ava DuVernay docuseries about five teenagers falsely accused and convicted for a crime they didn't commit. Much has been written about the series but I wanted to explore with my guests Dr. Baraka Floyd, Dr. Frank Clark, Dr. David de Angel Sola and Dr. Angela Moemeka how the series portrays how the adverse childhood experience and toxic stress of structural racism impacts Black and Brown youth then and now and how the series can be a conversation starter for families and communities to address racism.

53 MIN2019 SEP 23
Comments
When They See Us: The Affects of Structural Racism on Black & Brown Youth

Dr. Aronica Cotton: Children's Mental Health

What is Black welcomes Dr. Aronica Cotton a Board Certified Adult, Child, and Adolescent Psychiatrist and an Assistant Professor in the Psychiatry Department at the University of Maryland Medical School, on this week’s podcast. Black children and young adults are less likely to get mental health care but still experience mental health conditions. One way to address this disparity in access to mental health care for Black children and adolescents is to talk about it. In Episode 26 you will learn: * The most common mental health concerns in children * The importance of mental health to children’s health and wellbeing * Tips to stay engaged with your children * A discussion about the growing disparity of suicide in black children

35 MIN2019 SEP 9
Comments
Dr. Aronica Cotton: Children's Mental Health

A Conversation with Shonda Buchanan, Author of Black Indian

On this episode, I speak with poet, educator and author, Shonda Buchanan about her new memoir Black Indian. Shonda's memoir is an inspiring story that explores her family's legacy of being African Americans with American Indian roots and how they dealt with not just society's ostracization but the consequences of this dual inheritance. In our conversation Shonda and I talk about the lineage of fierce women in her family; why she wrote the book; how intersectionality of race and identity influenced the writing of her memoir; the impact of her multi-ethnic and multi-racial identity on her as a woman of color; the importance of telling our stories; and how learning about her family's past impacted her. It's a great conversation!

44 MIN2019 AUG 26
Comments
A Conversation with Shonda Buchanan, Author of Black Indian

Meet the Author That Captures the Joys and Challenges of Black Mothering (w/ Kelly Glass)

Why is it so hard for Black mothers to show vulnerablity? Do you feel anxious raising black children? Theses are questions that many of us may have asked ourselves but have found it hard to answer or openly discuss with family and/or friends. Today's guest is Kelly Glass a writer whose interests focus on the intersections of parenting, mental health, race, and diversity. She's also the author of young adult racial literacy book Looking at Privilege and Power. Her work can be found in the Washington Post, Oxygen.com, HelloGiggles, Romper, and more. She's written two essays on these topics. During my conversation with Kelly, we'll learn about more about how she uses her writing to explore the joys and challenges of Black mothering, the vulnerablity of Black mothers, and Black mom anxiety. It's a great conversation and I think many moms will relate to the shared experiences.

31 MIN2019 AUG 12
Comments
Meet the Author That Captures the Joys and Challenges of Black Mothering (w/ Kelly Glass)

The RESilience Initiative: Uplifting Youth Through Healthy Conversations About Race

During this episode I speak with Lauren G. Caldwell, JD, PhD, Keyona King-Tsikata, and Tiffany G. Townsend, PhD from the American Psychological Association (APA) to discuss the RESilience Initiative. RESilence's goals are to address the effects of racism, racial bias and discrimination through: * Increasing knowledge of racial and ethnic socialization (RES) as an important part of identity development. * Increasing the effective use of racial and ethnic socialization. * Supporting parents in managing their own experiences while helping their children learn positive messages about race and ethnicity. * Increasing attention to RES and related issues among researchers, research funders, practitioners, educators and other stakeholders.

38 MIN2019 AUG 5
Comments
The RESilience Initiative: Uplifting Youth Through Healthy Conversations About Race

Dr. W. Steen James: Let's Talk About Water Safety

It's summertime! Parents, children and teens are enjoying the fun and sun. But we can't forget about the importance of water safety and drowning prevention. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), drowning is a leading cause of unintentional injury-related death in the US. Children ages 1-4 have the highest drowning rates and there’s a disparity in the rate of drowning with African-American children disproportionately impacted. On this episode, I speak with Dr. W. Steen James, a pediatrician, member of the American Academy of Pediatrics and its Georgia Chapter. She has a solo practice, Pediatrics Village P.C. in Peachtree Georgia. She shares information to help families stay safe this summer and beyond: * Learn CPR * Learn to swim (parents and children) * Supervise children when in or around water

34 MIN2019 AUG 1
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Dr. W. Steen James: Let's Talk About Water Safety
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