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For Their Comfort & Our Safety: Black Emotional Intelligence

podcast April 17, 2021


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We are living through history’s largest civil rights demonstration. And we’re experiencing a huge mental health crisis in the midst of it.

Black people’s ability to compartmentalize their feelings in the face of persistent racial trauma is a type of emotional intelligence.

“Emotional intelligence is really being aware of how emotions affect your own beliefs [and] behaviors, and other people’s beliefs and behaviors,”

Black people’s ability to compartmentalize their feelings in the face of persistent racial trauma is a type of emotional intelligence. Emotional intelligence is really being aware of how emotions affect your own beliefs [and] behaviors, and other people’s beliefs and behaviors.

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