Dr. S. Rasheem, independent scholar and social scientist researcher, discusses institutionalized, structural racism and the socio-emotional well-being of Black Indigenous people of color (BIPOC), including the emotional labor of deep and surface acting, the mammification of Black women, battle fatigue, and the biopsychosocial model of health.
Understanding the Impact of Institutional Racism
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