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On the second installment of Episode 28, Jule Hall details his experience as a student with the Bard Prison Initiative (BPI); what prompted his interest in German studies; how hip-hop artists like Nas gave a voice to and helped people maintain a sense of dignity on the inside; and the challenges confronting formerly incarcerated individuals upon re…
 
On the first installment of Episode 28, Wali is joined by his friend Jule Hall, a 2011 graduate of the Bard Prison Initiative (BPI). Jule shares what it was like to grow up on the violent streets of Brooklyn’s Brownsville section and how he managed to navigate a 20-plus year prison sentence. . RELATED LINKS & RESOURCES: Visit Netflix to watch the E…
 
Dariel Vasquez and Harry A. Johnson Jr. join 730 to discuss their journeys and what prompted them to form Brothers@ – a youth mentorship program for young men of color – they founded while undergraduate students at Bard College.Follow Brothers@ on Instagram @brothersat_Click here to donateLearn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoic…
 
Just three days after Brandon Bernard's execution, Keith LaMar (a wrongfully convicted death row prisoner at the Ohio State Penitentiary) returns to 730 and shares his thoughts on Mr. Bernard's execution; Trump and defund the police; and a new book club he's kicked off with high school students in NYC through his Native Sons Literacy Program.To sup…
 
Gary Bailey, a professor and dean at Simmons College's School of Social Work, joins 730 to talk about internal racism; the importance of de-stigmatizing mental health in U.S. schools; and shares what he thinks social workers should consider before exploring issues of race and racism with their clients.Follow us on Instagram @the730podcast.Learn mor…
 
Critically acclaimed painter, Ferrari Sheppard, joins Wali to share what it was like to return to the U.S. after living in Africa; survivor’s guilt, why he doesn’t want to be labeled a Black artist and how his record with Yasiin Bey (formerly Mos Def) came to fruition. If you're in the Los Angeles area, visit the Wilding Cran Gallery (1700 S Santa …
 
Multi-disciplinary artist and photographer, Jocko Graves, joins 730 and touches on survivor’s guilt in the aftermath of a family tragedy, toxic masculinity, and fatherhood.Election Day is near! Visit vote.org to register and be sure to make it out to the polls on November 3. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
Keith LaMar – a wrongfully convicted death row prisoner who’s been in solitary confinement for 27 years – calls in to discuss his upbringing in inner-city Cleveland and some of the factors that resulted in him entering the juvenile justice system at the age of 13; how Richard Wright gave his life meaning; and what he learned about himself while par…
 
Psychologist Dr. Jennifer Mullan (@decolonizingtherapy) joins Wali to discuss decolonizing therapy, Post-Traumatic Slave Syndrome (PTSS); the demonization of Black women; and the mental health industrial complex. Follow Dr. Mullan on Instagram @decolonizingtherapy. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
Jason Fulford (aka J. Sole) joins 730 for the “Conversation in Black" series to share memories of his cousin Eric Garner and how he's used long distance running to not only build consciousness within himself but also bring awareness to police brutality..Follow Jason on Instagram @jayfuf15. Lastly, register for the July 18th Run for Justice 2020 by …
 
Legendary musician, Brian Jackson, joins 730 to share his thoughts on the current state of America; what inspired some of his most famous recordings with Gil Scott-Heron; and his experience being unlawfully interrogated by the LAPD back in the 1980s..Follow Brian on Instagram @brian__jackson. Also, check out Brian's new podcast, Pieces of a Man, co…
 
AfroQueer writer, performer, and mental health & HIV awareness activist, Tarik Daniels, joins 730 to discuss protests; the trauma that comes with the COVID pandemic for people who are HIV-positive; and the need to keep the momentum going with the Black Lives Matter Movement..To learn more about Tarik and his work, follow him on Instagram @mistertel…
 
A day removed from rupturing his achilles tendon, mental health advocate and native Philadelphian, Nafis Ricks, joins 730 for the “Conversation in Black” series. Nafis and Wali share how despite the recent injustices on black bodies, they have been empowered and liberated to speak truth more than ever. They also discuss the importance for black com…
 
In light of America's recent crisis, 730 has begun recording its "Conversation in Black" series via Instagram Live. The intent behind these recordings is to hold space for black people to not only share their experiences living this new reality but also come together to process and make sense of the current state of the country, specifically as it …
 
Dr. Kenneth P. Rosenberg – a psychiatrist, author and documentarian – joins 730 and reflects on what it was like to experience his sister’s battle with schizophrenia; how the U.S. masked the deinstitutionalization of its mental health facilities in the 1960s; why mental illness is one of the greatest social crises of out time and his hopes for his …
 
Ashanti Branch, an Oakland-based educator and community organizer, joins Wali to discuss what it was like to grow up in poverty; how he learned of his father’s death; and how he left a career as a civil engineer to pursue his passion of providing mentorship to teenage boys in Oakland. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.Learn …
 
Current WNBA player and mental health advocate, Imani McGee Stafford, joins Wali to discuss growing up in the shadow of her mother's hall of fame basketball career; how poetry gave her a voice; the stigma associated with taking medication; and the work she is doing with her Hoops and Hope Foundation.You can follow us on Instagram using @the730podca…
 
Bob Fullilove (Professor of Sociomedical Sciences and Associate Dean at Columbia University’s Mailman School of Public Health) joins Wali to discuss the relationship between mass incarceration and HIV/AIDS; how the 1860s were a preview to the mental health issues currently confronting the black community; and the negative effect gentrification has …
 
Lorenzo Lewis, founder and CEO of The Confess Project, joins 730 to discuss the Barber Coalition. The grassroots initiative seeks to increase dialogue surrounding mental health among black men and trains black barbers on how to become mental health advocates. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.Learn more about your ad choices…
 
Dr. Monnica Williams, a clinical psychologist and Director of the Behavioral Wellness Clinic, joins 730 to discuss race-based trauma, cultural responsive care, and new research on the use of Methylenedioxymethamphetamine (MDMA) to treat post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.Learn more about…
 
Chicago-based comedian Felonious Munk joins Wali to discuss the emotional implications of his mother's parenting style; the psychology behind being a drug dealer; and transitioning back into society after serving six years in prison. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adcho…
 
Dr. Rosie Philips Davis (President of the American Psychological Association) sits down with Wali to discuss the relationship between deep poverty and mental health issues, mass shootings in the age of Trump, and how she discovered an emotional wound she never knew she had. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.Learn more about …
 
The NYPD is in the midst of a mental health crisis, as nine of its officers have taken their lives this year. Wali sits down with Sgt. Aaron Johnson to talk about the recent spike in suicides, the psychological stressors that confront law enforcement officers, and the protocols the department uses when responding to Emotionally Disturbed Persons (E…
 
Wali sits down with Gabriel N. Mendes to discuss his book Under the Strain Color: Harlem’s Lafargue Clinic and the Promise of an Antiracist Psychiatry. They explore the history of Richard Wright, author of Native Son, and his role in co-founding one of the most radical mental health initiatives in American history. See acast.com/privacy for privacy…
 
Former WNBA star Chamique Holdsclaw joins Wali to discuss her parents' battles with addiction and mental illness., the risk she took being one of the first professional athletes to share personal struggles with bipolar disorder, and emerging from it all to find a new purpose through mental health advocacy. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-…
 
Juliana Huxtable, a critically acclaimed transgender artist and DJ, joins Wali to discuss her upbringing in Bible Belt Texas, navigating her intersex condition as a young kid, black cultural norms adopted from slavery and the role the human body plays in her artwork. You can follow us on Instagram using @the730podcast. You can also support the podc…
 
LA-based rapper Cashus King joins Wali to discuss growing up in South LA during the peak of gang violence in the 90s, the loss of his father to AIDS and his efforts to treat clinical depression. Follow us on Instagram @the730podcast. To learn more about Cashus' music visit his Bandcamp. Also, be follow him on Instagram @cashusking. See acast.com/pr…
 
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