The Psychological Impact of Charlottesville – Steve Fund Podcast #3

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Steve Fund Podcast #3: What is the psychological impact on students of color of the recent events in Charlottesville? Steve Fund Podcast host Dr. Terry Wright speaks with two mental health experts.

Steve Fund Podcast #3: The Psychological Impact of Charlottesville

Dr. Alfiee Breland-Noble / Dr. David Rivera

What is the psychological impact on students of color of the recent events in Charlottesville, involving racist violence? Steve Fund Podcast host Dr. Terry Wright speaks with two medical experts: Dr. Alfiee Breland Noble, Senior Scientific Advisor to the Steve Fund, and Dr. David Rivera, associate professor of counselor education at Queens College, City University of New York.

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