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🤗Greetings Powerful Beings, my intentions are Learning, Restoring & Sharing via the Guiding Principles of Dagara Cosmology of Burkina Faso & Tamale, Ghana. Being As You Know with Nature, Spirit & Ancestors as the Guide. #EcoTherapy
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😘My experience is contextual & not agreed upon by my entire family, etc. All links from my research are attached where applicable. *I am not a licensed medical practitioner.
🦋I am an Empath, a Black WombMan that has lived 3 decades within society’s ill constructs resulting in #GenerationalTrauma in & out of our communities. Bredrens/Sistrens, have you or anyone you know been misdiagnosed? #AncestralCalling
😘I welcome you to this channel & together WE resolve all that is compartmentalized as primitive (Etymology of Primitive: First People Of Its Kind.) #EcoPsychology
🗝CONTEXT: We all have a responsibility to KnowThySelf & align to our Ancestral Purpose & Mate to unify our Traditional Foundation together.
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🌟Dr. Malidoma Somé has 3 master’s degrees & 2 doctorates from Sorbonne & Brandeis University & has taught at the University of Michigan. writes that each person is born with a destiny & he or she is given a name that reflects that destiny. Somé says his name, Malidoma, means “friend of the enemy/stranger.” Somé believes it is his destiny to come to Western audiences and promote an understanding between Western and African cultures.
👉🏿Dr. Imani J. Walker, D.O. Psychiatrist & Founder of #RacialBattleSyndrome look up #RacialBattleFatigue which draws its name from the similarities of trauma experienced by combat survivors, Post-traumatic stress disorder, PTSD is commonly associated to the effects of war & can be experienced in a racial context as well.
👉🏿Dr. Frantz Fanon was a French West Indian psychiatrist, philosopher, revolutionary & writer from the French colony of Martinique, whose works are influential in the fields of post-colonial studies, critical theory & Marxism.
👉🏿Dr. Joy DeGruy Psychologist & Founder of #PostTraumaticSlaveSyndrome describes a set of behaviors associated with multi-generational trauma experienced by African Americans that include & not limited to undiagnosed/untreated PTSD in enslaved Africans & their descendants. #PTSS a condition that exists as a consequence from centuries of chattel slavery, predicated on the belief that Black ppl were genetically inferior to whites. Then followed by institutionalized racism which continues to perpetuate injury.
👉🏿Dr. Frances Cress Welsing Psychiatrist & Founder of The Cress Theory: Color Confrontation & Racism (White Fragility) a psychiatrist & author of “The Isis Papers: The Keys to the Colors”. Her scholarship scientifically illustrates she was a voracious researcher & took every opportunity to defend her views in the face of many critics.
👉🏿Dr. Delbert Blair Engineer, Research Scientist, Meta-Physic Teacher, Historian & Founder of the Meta Center.
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🚫Medical Apartheid: The Dark History of Medical Experimentation on Black Americans: The book is divided into 3 parts: the 1st is about the cultural memory of medical experimentation; the 2nd examines recent cases of medical abuse & research & 3rd addresses the complex relationship between racism & medicine. Some topics discussed are well-known, such as the #Tuskegee Syphilis Experiment (1932—72) in which African Americans were injected with the disease in order to allow the evolution of the disease, then observed in all stages. The book also mentions cases of Medical experimentation in Africa & their links to African-American cases.