Could it be that the African American communities are truly suffering from (POST-TRAUMATIC SLAVE SYNDROME) “P.T.S.S.”
To answer this question here are the full video’s of the interview with
Dr. Joy DeGruy on Like it is
Dr Joy, Author of “Post Traumatic Slave Syndrome” speaks in-depth about the effects of slavers on Africans in the Americas, how we have coped throughout the years and how her students have reacted to her graduate classes on the subject.
–Dr. Joy DeGruy is a nationally and internationally renowned researcher, educator, author and presenter. Dr. Joy, as most know her, is a tell-it-like-it-is ambassador for healing and a voice for those who’ve struggled in search of the past, and continue to struggle through the present. A highly skilled and educated activist for social justice, Dr. Joy reaches people on the community level and has a captivating way of persuading others to search for a deeper understanding of themselves.
Dr. Joy is the acclaimed author of Post Traumatic Slave Syndrome—America’s Legacy of Enduring Injury and Healing, and the newly released, Post Traumatic Slave Syndrome: The Study Guide. In P.T.S.S.: The Study Guide, Dr. Joy revisits the topics she covers in P.T.S.S. and provides a detailed mapping of how you can begin the change process in your personal life, employment, family and in your community. She illustrates how—with thoughtful self–exploration—each of us can evaluate our behaviors and replace negative and damaging behaviors with those that will promote, ensure and sustain the healing and advancement of African Americans.