In this episode of Afropunk Sound Therapy Sessions, host Ebonee Davis explores the critical need for mental and physical health awareness and inter-generational strategies for Black communities amid on going pandemic trauma and social injustice. Dr. Tasha Dixon, Dr. Bahby Banks, and Dr. Byron Young join the conversations to discuss the physical and emotional signs of stress, and how to manage wellness within uncertain times.
In the next episode of Afropunk Sound Therapy Sessions, host Ebonee Davis and Dr. Tasha Dixon, Dr. Bahby Banks, and Dr. Byron Young talk through the great COVID-19 vaccine debate as the Black community is split on the value and efficacy of the vaccine. Our experts discuss vaccine efficacy, myths, and the impact of COVID-19 on people with pre-existing conditions.
In the third episode of Afropunk Sound Therapy Sessions, host Ebonee Davis and Dr. Tasha Dixon, Dr. Bahby Banks, and Dr. Byron Young continue conversations around the COVID-19 vaccine and the science of how it works within the body. Our panel answers questions and shares their own reservations about how political upheavals impacted their vaccine hesitancy and ultimate decision to get vaccinated for the virus.
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Afropunk in partnership with Pillar Consulting and CEO Dr. Bahby Banks will curate conversations covering social matters ranging from Covid-19 to healthcare. Through this partnership our audiences will be able to engage in a unique experience of expert driven community conversations to promote knowledge, understanding, and empathy within our intersecting identities. Live music, deep conversations, and communal hope and healing are all on the table with AFROPUNK: Sound Therapy Sessions.