We are back again with our three public health/college health experts Raphael Coleman, Leah Berkenwald and Janiene Peoples as we explore college reopening in pandemic. Part two delves into the struggles that community members might experience on campus and/or remotely, loneliness, and navigating difficult conversations. The episode will provide concrete tips on how to express your levels of comfort with community members on following public health guidance and how to healthily and compassionately express discomfort with someone transgressing the new rules. #togetherwecansurvive
Meet our three public health/college health experts Raphael Coleman, Leah Berkenwald and Janiene Peoples as they explore college reopening in pandemic. They discuss ways to prepare, things to bring to campus, and considerations to take as students and families decide whether or not to participate in the college experience remotely or in-person this fall.
Dialogue with LGBTQIA+ advocates James Shultis and Michaella Kendrick exploring their thoughts on the importance of allyship with folks from marginalized identities, especially during pandemic. We also discuss issues that are relevant to LGBTQIA+ Youth such as mental health, homelessness, belonging and much more.
Thriving through Pandemic features my pandemic resiliency pod. Four of my close BIPOC friends (Lanise Beavers, Samantha Pulley and Nishelli Ahmed) meet via zoom on a biweekly basis to catch up, and discuss a variety of topics: media, updates in the news, and dating, while also supporting each other's well-being and mental health. The topics for this episode are as follows: coping/thriving through pandemic, BIPOC Lived Trauma, chosen methods for supporting the Black Lives Matter Movement, and white allyship.
And hotels... All about relationships, more specifically, cuffing season. What to do, why we do it, and Ana getting very uncomfortable.
And hotels...This episode is about relationships and, more specifically, cuffing season! What is it, what to do about it, and Ana being very uncomfortable.
Kris and Ana chat about the upcoming holidays and how to navigate them whatever your situation. Oh, and they tackle and heavy debate of what Thanksgiving food is best. Listen on!