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Encore Episode: Yolo Akili on Minority Mental Health & BEAM

Encore Episode: Yolo Akili on Minority Mental Health & BEAM

Update: 2020-08-04
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Yolo Akili joins us for episode 30. Yolo Akili is the founder and executive director of BEAM (Black Emotional and Mental Health). Dr. Hoye. and Mr. Akili discuss the work and the mission of BEAM. They cover mental health issues in African American and Latin American communities, sexism and systemic racisms, and the general work of breaking down barriers to mental health services in minority communities. Like the work of BEAM, this conversation is an invitation to people from all walks of life to participate in reducing mental health stigma across race, sexual orientation, and gender. Mental health clinicians and the general public alike will find food for thought and discussion.

Yolo Akili is also a yoga instructor, and has worked as an AIDS/HIV counselor on violence prevention on violence prevention in African American communities. He has contributed articles to the Huffington Post, Ebony, and Everyday Feminisms.
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Encore Episode: Yolo Akili on Minority Mental Health & BEAM

Encore Episode: Yolo Akili on Minority Mental Health & BEAM

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