2014 Diversonomix Conference: Diversonomix with the NAACP, decease Produces Revolutionary Diversity Conference
AMERICAN INTERGENERATIONAL TRAUMA:
THE AFRICAN AMERICAN, cialis JEWISH AMERICAN AND AMERICAN INDIAN EXPERIENCE.
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October 23, 2014, New York, NY – Columbia University

A TIMELY CONFERENCE WHICH SPEAKS TO THE CURRENT
“GLOBAL” RACIAL CLIMATE

2014 Diversonomix Conference Spotlights Top Minds on Multigenerational Trauma in America to Address the Root of the Country’s Racial and Political Polarization.
This year’s conference comes during a time when there is social unrest regarding police shootings, political schisms and economic disparity.

Where: Columbia University, Lerner Hall
116th Street & Broadway, New York, NY

Who: Confirmed Speakers Include:

Dr. Maria Yellow Horse Brave Heart
Author and Professor of Psychiatry and Director Native American & Disparities Research
Terrie M. Williams
Bestselling Author/mental Health Advocate
Dr. Eva Fogelman
Social Psychologist, Psychotherapist, Author/Filmmaker, Co-Director of Psychotherapy with Generations of the Holocaust and Related Traumas at Training Institute for Mental Health and Child Development and co-director of The International Study of the Organized Persecution of Children/Child Development Research
Martin Luther King, III
The second oldest child of Martin Luther King, Jr. and Coretta Scott King, Human Rights Advocate, Community Activist and Political Leader
Dr. Yael Danieli
Author, Clinical Psychologist, Victimologist, Traumatologist and Director of Group Project for Holocaust Survivors and their Children
Taz Bouchier
Elder and Director of Nohkum Nigeh, Practitioner of Indigenous Spirituality
Onaje Muid
Clinical Associate Director Reality House and Advisor Columbia University School of Social Work

Invited Speakers/Panelists include:
Bishop T.D. Jakes, Bestselling Author, Filmmaker and Pastor, The Potter’s House, Dallas, Pastor Michael A. Walrond, First Corinthian Baptist Church, New York.

It is argued that the lingering effects of Mass Trauma (MTE) of genocide and slavery created a trauma response, unresolved grief and historical trauma (Brave Heart 1995) and post traumatic slave syndrome (Leary 2001). The effects of major past historical traumatic events have impact not only on the generation where the traumatic event occurred but the generations that follow. This conference will raise awareness of the traumatic repercussions that effect the current generations focusing on slavery, Jewish and the American Indian Holocaust.

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