My Top Five Mental Health Tips
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by Tinokuda Bvunzawabaya
1w ago
I've created a list of five tips that help keep positive mental health or help you recover from poor mental health. The five tips are:  1. Exercise  2. Community  3. Connection  4. Talking to someone/anyone  5. Do things that bring you joy and happiness  If you go onto my website, you can explore these five tips more extensively. (LINK)  I hope you enjoy this episode and that it can help your mental health or that somebody you know.  ..read more
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What box do I tick? – Guardian Ballers, Mental Health and Young people with Kieran Joseph
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by Tinokuda Bvunzawabaya
2w ago
Today’s conversation is with the CEO of Guardian Ballers. Kieran Joseph has created a social programme that marries the simplicity of playing basketball and using the sport as a way to support young people with their mental health. We talk about how Kieran started GB and the ways in which young people are talking about mental health. Kieran also talks about his experiences as a teacher and what it is like being a mixed raced person. I hope you enjoy this conversation; you can listen to the podcast on any platform you listen to podcasts. TED Talk on Mental Health and Sport Kevin Love on Mental ..read more
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People Need People - Mental Health Conversations with Judith Desbonne
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by Tinokuda Bvunzawabaya
3w ago
On today's episode of the B&R podcast, Judith Desbonne is a therapist that has been practising for over 20 years. She practises the Human Givens approach which you’ll hear more about during the episode. We discuss our methods for maintaining positive mental health, meeting our emotional needs, the nine needs, Maslow’s hierarchy of needs and the impact of covid on young people’s mental health. If you're interested in anything we’ve discussed here you can follow Judith her https://www.amazon.co.uk/People-Need-Benjamin-Zephaniah/dp/1408368153 Judith's Linked In Human Givens  Website Link ..read more
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"Dreams Are Free, So Why Think Cheap ?" - A conversations with the Godfather of Black Cinema: Emmanuel Anyiam-Osigwe
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by Tinokuda Bvunzawabaya
1M ago
Today I talk to the Godfather of Black Cinema. A man who claims to have watched black cinema more than anyone alive. Now, this is someone I have been looking forward to talking to. Emmanuel Anyiam-Osigwe the creator of the Black Urban Film Festival (BUFF) has an MBE. We talked about a range of exciting topics from films that inspired him, to his fantastic wife Dr Clare Anyiam-Osigwe, upcoming directors and black creatives. We also discussed BUFF and the success it has had. In addition, the new phase Emmanuel that he is entering is so interesting to see and well deserved. His upcoming directori ..read more
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What does it mean to be black and British? Black History Month Social Commentary
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by Tinokuda Bvunzawabaya
2M ago
Black History month has started and I wanted to share my views on what I think about the meaning of BHM and how it relates to my identity. The queen has also recently passed and brought up many feelings about slavery, colonisation and empire. I hope you enjoy this episode.  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DrcCTgwbsjc Indian Partition Articles about Keyna and British Empire  https://www.theguardian.com/news/2016/aug/18/uncovering-truth-british-empire-caroline-elkins-mau-mau https://www.blackhistorymonth.org.uk/article/section/african-history/the-colonisation-of-kenya/ David Lammy Docu ..read more
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Is Being An Entrepreneur Easy? Does Work/Life Balance Exist? Conversations with Ndubuisi Uchea
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by Tinokuda Bvunzawabaya
2M ago
Join Ndu and me in discussing his life as an entrepreneur. Ndu and Hayel created Word On the Curb. Their company is a research and consultancy company that works with brands to reach their audiences. Word on the Curb is empowering gen-z and millennials to bring their stories to life. They aim to represent the underrepresented and by doing this are helping to create a world whereby they are represented in the fullness of their lives.  Ndu and I discuss so many great topics in this episode such as being your own boss, starting a business, work/life balance, diversity and inclusion and so mu ..read more
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"A show is momentary, an experience is something you take away with you for the rest of your life" - Kwame Asafo-Adjei Creator of Family Honour
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by Tinokuda Bvunzawabaya
3M ago
Join Kwame Asafo-Adjei and I in discussing his project called Family Honour. Family Honour is a raw exploration of family and personal trauma, putting audiences in the front seat for tense, honest confrontations that go generations deep. Kwame Asafo-Adjei is a dance artist who fuses his hip hop training with contemporary dance and his Ghanaian background, often exploring the development of Black culture, themes of tension and release are ever-present in his provocative work. We talk about his creative process in developing family honour, he discusses his upbringing and his experience of being ..read more
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How can you live your PURPOSE every day ? - A Conversation with Shola Gbemi
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by Tinokuda Bvunzawabaya
3M ago
Today’s Guest is an author, and project manager specialising in creating social change. He is from the Big Apple also known as NEW YORK. Shola comes onto the podcast to talk about his book They Were Chosen. We talk about the different themes that exist within the characters of this book and how they reflected his own journey. We also talk about his experiences of growing up in NYC and the impact these had on him. This episode is packed full of deep insightful discussions about the male gaze, your purpose and how to enact it every day. They Were Chosen - Shola's book  Shola's Instagram &am ..read more
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A Change Is NEEDED Within The Education System - A conversation with Karl C. Pupé FRSA
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by Tinokuda Bvunzawabaya
4M ago
This week’s episode is with Karl C. Pupe who has been a teacher for 12 years in different specialisms of the education system. He is also the author of ‘The Action Hero Teacher’ and is transitioning to becoming an educational consultant. He brings a wealth of knowledge about young people and education. We talk about a range of topics from his experience as a teacher working in special provisions, austerity and its effects on society, gang culture, the education system and more. I hope you enjoy this episode and leave me a review on Apple Podcasts.  Karl C. Pupe Twitter Karl's Website Acti ..read more
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His story lives on in the telling of his story – Vulnerability, Fatherhood and The Power of Storytelling with Devan Sandiford
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by Tinokuda Bvunzawabaya
4M ago
Welcome back to another episode of the B&R Podcast. Devan is a writer, storyteller, and founder of Unreeling Storytelling, a Brooklyn-based storytelling show providing a platform for repressed perspectives of people of colour, women, and other marginalized individuals. His stories have been featured in the Washington Post, The Moth Podcast, and National Public Radio station KNK.  He joins me on the podcast to talk about vulnerability and how he has imparted this upon his own children. We also discuss how storytelling has played a huge role in his life and helped him heal from life tra ..read more
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