Mentorship for the Black Men | Dr. Joan speaks with Robert Part 4

This moment isn't solely for contemplating the challenges and victories of the black community; it's an opportunity to magnify our voices, pay tribute to legacies, acknowledge the enduring imprints created by past and present generations, and delve into the worldwide black experience.



In this enlightening episode dedicated to Black History Month, we honor the rich consciousness and identity of black people globally.


Join us in a thought-provoking conversation with Robert Small on The Village, The Children, and the collective effort of communities in nurturing our youth. Let’s journey through the significance of African Canadian and African History, reflecting on its profound impact on our lives.


From empowerment to educational insights, we navigate the path of history being taught in schools and at home and its transformative role in society at large. Concluding with a glance at Technology's dynamic role in the evolving black community, this
episode illuminates the multifaceted facets of black consciousness and progress.


Episode Highlights

– The essence of Black History Month, celebrating the consciousness and identity of black individuals globally.

– Explore the empowering narrative of black history and its impact on fostering a sense of pride and strength within the community.

– The integration of black history into the school system and it, emphasizes the importance of understanding and preserving our heritage.

– The dynamic intersection of technology and the black community, examining its ever-evolving role and influence in shaping our collective future.

– Embracing the opportunity to amplify the voices within the black community, ensuring that their stories and experiences resonate on a broader scale.

– African Canadian and African History, unraveling the meaningful threads that connect us to our past.


About Robert Small

Robert Small, CM, is a distinguished artist, author, international speaker, and catalyst for change in the Black community. His remarkable dedication to creating the iconic "LEGACY" poster, featuring his extraordinary artwork, earned him the prestigious Order of Canada (OAC). In addition to his artistic achievements,
Robert has held key leadership positions in various organizations. Throughout his career, Robert has merged Black history with disciplines such as Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics (STEAM), making a profound impact on the Black community. Robert is the proud father of two girls.


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About Dr. Joan

Dr. Joan Samuels-Dennis, Ph.D., is an award-winning Canadian speaker and authority on trauma recovery, reconciliation, and forgiveness. Joan has specialized in promoting the mental health and well-being of individuals, families, and communities for over a decade through her groundbreaking trauma recovery
strategy, The Forgiveness Method.


Her career as an individual, couples, and family psychotherapist has helped countless people heal from their past, transform their mental health, overcome challenges, and reclaim their lives.


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