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Anastasia Kidd

Anastasia Kidd, minister, lecturer, author, and activist, discusses her new book, Fat Church: Claiming a Gospel of Fat Liberation, and the health effects of weight stigma in medicalized spaces and research.

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Sukhi Samra

Sukhi Samra, director of the Stockton Economic Empowerment Demonstration and Mayors for Guaranteed Income, discusses how the programs started and their response since, as well as how policymakers can construct initiatives that better fit the needs of communities.

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Censorship In the Classroom: Book Bans and Challenges, Part 1

PHPod sat down with Christina Dobbs, an assistant professor at Boston University Wheelock College of Education and Human Development, to discuss the current onslaught of book bans and challenges in classrooms across the country.

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Khadijah Booth Watkins

Khadijah Booth Watkins, associate director of the Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Residency Training Program at Massachusetts General Hospital and associate director of the Clay Center for Young Healthy Minds, discusses some of the greatest threats to adolescent mental health and how we can build resilience among this population.

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Sasha Zhou

Sasha Zhou, assistant professor at Wayne State University and a member of the leadership team at the Healthy Minds Network, discusses the current state of mental health among college students and how we can better support this population.

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Donna Benton

Donna Benton, research associate professor at the University of Southern California Leonard Davis School of Gerontology and director of the Family Caregiver Support Center, discusses how we can better support caregivers and the individuals they care for. 

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Donald Warne

Donald Warne, co-director of the Johns Hopkins Center for Indigenous Health, discusses pressing health concerns facing Indigenous populations and his journey to open the first Indigenous-focused school of medicine.

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Food Sovereignty and Indigenous Food Practices

PHPod sits down with Ryann Monteiro, a Boston University School of Public Health alum and an Indigenous public health practitioner and educator, to discuss food sovereignty and Indigenous food practices related to cultural preservation and revitalization.

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Richard Brookshire

Richard Brookshire, U.S. Army veteran and co-founder and CEO of the Black Veterans Project, discusses the mission and work of his organization and how we can better support Black veterans.

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