Podcast Interview with Caroline Brown: The Crazy over 40’s life podcast. In conjunction with Black History Month.

© Copyright 2019 Grief Probate Journey Blog. This topic is based on personal experiences of us at Grief Probate Journey and those of Caroline Brown of The Crazy over 40’s life podcast. *

Please see: Podcast with Caroline Brown in conjunction with Black history month which covers:

  1. Introduction/Our Story
  2. Caroline Brown Bio and details
  3. Grief Probate Journey Podcast talk
  4. Black History Month including YouTube videos
  5. Black History Month and Grief
  6. Our final thoughts/YouTube Video

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1. Introduction/Our Story

We had the honour and privilege of taking part in a podcast talk about reconnecting with life after loss (one step at a time) in conjunction with Black History Month. We were nervous but excited at the same time. Caroline really helped to make us feel at ease and calm our nerves. Caroline Brown founded The Crazy over 40’s life podcast. Please see below for Caroline’s details.

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Please see Podcast Interview with Caroline Brown in conjunction with Black History Month:

2. Caroline Brown Bio and details

Podcast: The Crazy over 40’s life podcast

Author, mind wellness-MSc psych & law & integrative counsellor, & mum. Click below link to select episodes & platforms:  https://anchor.fm/caroline547anchor.fm/caroline547

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3. Grief Probate Journey Podcast

Please find the link to our podcast interview which we are so happy to have been part of: Reconnecting with life after loss (one step at a time)

URL: https://anchor.fm/caroline547/episodes/Be-inspired–Reconnecting-with-Life-After-Death-One-step-at-a-time-ej2377

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Please also see some information on Black History Month and Grief:

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4. Black History Month Including YouTube Videos

4.1 Black History Month What is it?

Evening Standard

“103K subscribers”

“Subscribe to the Evening Standard on YouTube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC7RQ… October welcomes Black History Month, an annual commemoration of the history, achievements and contributions of black people in the UK”.

4.2 What is Black History Month and why is it celebrated?

“Black History Month is an annual celebration of achievements by African Americans and a time for recognizing the central role of blacks in U.S. history. Also known as African American History Month, the event grew out of “Negro History Week,” the brainchild of noted historian Carter G”. (24 Jan 2020).

4.3 What is the black history theme for 2020?

“With these momentous anniversaries in mind, the 2020 theme for African American History Month is “African Americans and the Vote,” exploring 150 years (and more) of the struggle to ensure that African Americans are able to fully participate in American democracy”. (27 Jan 2020).

4.4 Why do we celebrate Black History Month in October?

“It began as a way of remembering important people and events in the history of the African diaspora. It is celebrated in February in the United States and Canada, while in Ireland, the Netherlands, and the United Kingdom it is observed in October”.

4.5 What are the colors for Black History Month?

“Black symbolizes the Black people and green symbolizes the abundant natural wealth of Africa. Our Customer logo will feature these colors all month long to honor the sacrifices, heritage, & pride of African-Americans & Africans everywhere”. (4 Feb 2019)

4.6 Is it important to have Black History Month?

“President Reagan issued Presidential Proclamation 5443 which proclaimed that “the foremost purpose of Black History Month is to make all Americans aware of this struggle for freedom and equal opportunity.” This proclamation stated further that this month was a time “to celebrate the many achievements of African”… (24 Jul 2020)

4.7 Why do we need Black History Month? Because too many people still reject it

Black History Month has never been more relevant than in 2020. The Black Lives Matter movement has swept blackness to the heart of the political discourse. For me, it brings back memories of the upsurge of black activism in the 1980s, when I first entered politics”.

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5. Black History Month and Grief

5.1 Black History Month: Grief and Mental Health. Nkuzon Consultancy

“2020 has had the world share similar experiences, one of them being grief. As we get into October, a month termed as Black History Month, let us take a moment”…

5.2 Black History Month Grief Poem – AFTERTALKAFTERTALK

“28 Feb 2019 — AfterTalk Inspirational’s Black History Month Series presents a Grief Poem about the murder of Emmett Till Written by Gwendolyn Brooks”.

5.3 African-American Grieving Archives – AfterTalkAfterTalk

“4 Jun 2020 — Editor’s Note: we usually run this during Black History Month, but considering the events of the past week, we thought it worth re-posting. A Grief”…

5.4 The Relentlessness of Black Grief

“27 Sep 2020 — TheAtlantic.com Copyright (c) 2020 by The Atlantic Monthly Group. All Rights Reserved”

5.5 The Familial Language of Black Grief

“loss of black life as if it were our very … Shared experiences, laughter, and history made them”.

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6. Our final thoughts/YouTube Video

We felt extremely honoured to have been approached by Caroline to do a podcast interview. We haven’t done something like this before but did not want to let this opportunity pass us by for that reason. We were nervous as it was something new to us, but we were excited to be contributing to the great work that Caroline Brown does. We decided to make this a topic because we felt passionate about it.

We hope this topic is useful, and we would like to wish anyone reading/listening a great day, evening and remainder of the week.

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