Activist Tahyira Savanna launches Generational Trauma Series. In part one, she explains tracing, and how tech helped us become teachers to our grandparents.
Tahyira is a lifestyle writer, journalist, and tv personality. She developed this series to engage Black Americans on topics ranging from generational mental health diseases to current access to medicine. It is common knowledge that there is racial disparity in healthcare.
Meanwhile, the American Psychiatric Association, says that one in three Black people who need mental health assistance can receive it.
The black race as Tahyira says is the human representation of what it looks like to survive enslavement. In 2022, the remnants of slavery are alive and well. How does it make you feel about your future?
In the next three episodes, Tahyira breaks down three aspects of Black generational trauma.
About Tahyira Savanna: Tahyira is a lifestyle journalist and writer. Her interest includes human stories and introspection. She interviews everyday people doing their part to make our world a happier place.