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Nzingha Lectures 10 Psychology, Media and Health. Dr Jude-Smith Rachelle

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Xuất bản 20/08/2015
Queen Nzingha lecture 10, Media, Psychology and Health with Dr Jude Smith Rachele Saturday 28 September at Birkbeck, University of London Media, Psychology and Health Dr Jude Smith Rachele is the organiser of the premiere and discussion of the film Dark Girls (19 September ) the film explores colourism and the mental and physical legacies of racism on black women. Her presentation will cover : 5 ways mainstream media can reduce your health and 5 ways to cope Links between self esteem and general health How mental health impacts on physical health Black women as the most uncoupled group in America: Causes and impacts The effect of the film Dark Girls on the general public 10 activities to promote positive media/self esteem Queen Nzinga was an African Queen who fought against the European invasion of southern Africa (Congo/Angola). The Queen Nzinga lecture series features African female academics / holders of expert knowledge, speaking on topics of their choice on a monthly basis. The Nzinga lecture series will provide a regular platform for women of African descent to highlight important issues in an academic setting. As a result of these lectures a Black Women in Academia Support Group has been set up. See previous Queen Nzingha lectures on our channel Queen Nzingha Lecture (11) Cancer, Psychology and Health (Double Lecture)
Media Communications Social Arts Medicine Field Of Study Psychology Medical Specialty Media Industry Health Literary Genre Nzinga Of Ndongo And Matamba Politician Media Studies Field Of Study Racism And Ethnic Discrimination In The United States Literature Civil Rights Movement Literary School Or Movement black women london walks Walking Activity study tours walking tours london dark girls skin bleaching Gender Studies Field Of Study