april 2022

09apr11:00 am1:00 amBlack Men, Mental Health and Hip Hop as TherapyDiscussions on the mental wellness of Black males and the role Hip Hop plays with Dr. Obari

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Dr. Obari Adeye Cartman is a father, college professor, therapist, photographer, drummer, and restorative justice coach. He received his Ph.D in clinical & community psychology and works from an African-centered perspective. Dr. Cartman conducts workshops about maintaining good mental health, critical analysis of hip-hop and media, racial and cultural identity, developing authentic manhood, and healthy relationships. His new book is a critical thinking guide that addresses historical trauma, hip hop, emotional intelligence, intimacy, communication, power, purpose, and a variety of other topics. The book is a tool for families, teachers, mentors, and coaches to help young men build character, discover their purpose, relate to women with integrity, examine historical context, and leam how to build a world where all people are truly free.


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