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Ask Dr. Applewhite About Disability and Healing From Racism

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Are you " DISABLED" by "RACISM"?The anxiety and stress from racism has affected people of all races and ethnicity, especially African-Americans at school and work! Join Dr. Applewhite and special guest, Dr. Beverly Johnson, Retired ASU Sociology Professor, in a positive discussion on ways to heal the scars of racism that affect our performance at school and in the workplace. This show is a rerun aired 2014.

The White Apple Institute Talk Show, featuring Ask Dr. Applewhite and VET2VET2U programs, is produced by the students of White Apple Institute (a Veteran operated nonprofit 501 c 3). We are dedicated to preventing nontraditional students with emotional challenges and disability issues from dropout/burnout from school, work, and LIFE! Veteran and Non-veteran students, educators, counselors, employers and health care professionals share valuable information, inspiring stories, and "down to earth", controversial discussions about the things that "emotionally dis-able" us and cause us to lose hope and motivation.Learn about resources for managing stressors for and  ways to manage stressors and mental health and financial crises. 
Take a BITE of White Apple Wisdom and  share our organization to encourage and underserved and nontraditional students to succeed in education and workforce goals, 
Visit http://whiteappleinstitute.org, email us at info@whiteappleinstitute.org or call 888-56-APPLE (27753)mental health and financial crises.

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