Race, Health & Happiness

S02 E01 - Kike Ojo-Thompson discusses anti-African attitudes, “Misogynoir”, and raising resilient Black children

March 31, 2021 Dr. Onye Nnorom Season 2 Episode 1
Race, Health & Happiness
S02 E01 - Kike Ojo-Thompson discusses anti-African attitudes, “Misogynoir”, and raising resilient Black children
Chapters
5:31
Experiences of Continental African vs. Caribbean Diaspora
7:16
Identity Formation
35:08
Misogynoir
38:42
Racial Disparities in Child Welfare
48:21
Teaching Children About Racism
Race, Health & Happiness
S02 E01 - Kike Ojo-Thompson discusses anti-African attitudes, “Misogynoir”, and raising resilient Black children
Mar 31, 2021 Season 2 Episode 1
Dr. Onye Nnorom

“Welcome to Season 2 of The “Race, Health & Happiness” Podcast!  This season is about “Game Changers”, people who are dismantling institutional racism in their own fields, teaching us how to do it, or how to support it, while we thrive.

In this episode I speak with Diversity and Inclusion Consultant Kike Ojo-Thompson, whose mission is to transform institutions and work cultures into more equitable spaces.  Our conversation explores the tensions and intersections of Black identity within Black communities.  Then we delve into the double discrimination faced by Black women called “Misogynoir”, and finally tips for staying healthy and raising resilient Black children.

I love this conversation.  I hope you do too.”

- Dr. O

Access our shownotes to uncover additional meaning! (bit.ly/rhhs2e1)

Show Notes Chapter Markers

“Welcome to Season 2 of The “Race, Health & Happiness” Podcast!  This season is about “Game Changers”, people who are dismantling institutional racism in their own fields, teaching us how to do it, or how to support it, while we thrive.

In this episode I speak with Diversity and Inclusion Consultant Kike Ojo-Thompson, whose mission is to transform institutions and work cultures into more equitable spaces.  Our conversation explores the tensions and intersections of Black identity within Black communities.  Then we delve into the double discrimination faced by Black women called “Misogynoir”, and finally tips for staying healthy and raising resilient Black children.

I love this conversation.  I hope you do too.”

- Dr. O

Access our shownotes to uncover additional meaning! (bit.ly/rhhs2e1)

Experiences of Continental African vs. Caribbean Diaspora
Identity Formation
Misogynoir
Racial Disparities in Child Welfare
Teaching Children About Racism