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SOA13 209 with Ken Hardy

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One Response to SOA13 209 with Ken Hardy

  1. Teri Johnson says:

    I thoroughly enjoyed this conversation . I do believe often times the perception of black youth is that they are deficient , violent and lacking in any strength . In my practice I will now open the conversation regarding sharing of story and finding the hero and strengths possessed .The slow well paced work and creating a safe and secure space to engage in this discussion is essential .I am mostly saddened by the youth that keeps his cards so close and are so protective of his family and experience but simotaneously are suffering and remain highly reactive .
    The work goes on
    Thank you

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