Video Expert Spotlight: Dr. Wanda Thomas Bernard
Dr. Wanda Thomas Bernard, director of the Dalhousie University School of Social Work discusses the implications of racism to the health and well being of African Canadians.
Dr. Bernard has recently co-authored a book to explore the impacts of racism on the health and well being of African Canadians titled Race and Well Being: The Lives, Hopes and Activism of African Canadians.
Racism continues to be a problem on many levels in Canadian society.
The emotional trauma of racism needs to be recognized as a serious health problem.
Mentoring is a key component in empowering youth to fight against systemic racism.
The strength and support of communities can also help to empower youth to seek positive change in changing systemic racism.
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Speaking on racism and mentoring
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