Internalized Racism in Afro-Caribbean Black Communities

Internalized Racism in Afro-Caribbean Black Communities

Kimberly Sogge

Thursday December 17, 2020

Dr. Pilgrim is a registered clinical psychologist who specializes in yoga and mindfulness based interventions for anxiety

In November 2020 Dr. Kamala Pilgrim C.Psych. Ottawa River Psychology Group team member, registered psychologist,  and four other Afro-Caribbean-Black leaders created an amazing and transformative experience for the Ottawa community of exploring the systemic, interpersonal, and personal implications of racism in ACB communities.

For those who were unable to participate in this online daylong transformative experience, Dr Kamala Pilgrim is now making an edited version of the webinar available for a limited time period: until the end of Black History Month in February 2021.

Do not miss this opportunity to hear from some of the best leaders in the ACB community, exploring the impact of racism on body, mind and spirit.

For more information contact Dr Kamala Pilgrim C.Psych. at Ottawa River Psychology Group via email: kamala@ottawariverpsychology.com

The cost of the edited version of the webinar will be $100 CAD.

 

 

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