OHF WEEKLY, Vol. 5 No. 31: Editor’s Letter, “Men and Mental Health,” “The Contributions Enslaved Africans Made to American Society,” “Hope and Despair,” and a quote by Nelson Mandela.
Elwood Watson, PhD
Elwood Watson, Ph.D. is a professor of History, Black Studies, Gender and Sexuality Studies and Popular Culture at East Tennessee State University.
Mental health is still considered a silent crisis for many men. Numerous experts attribute this fact to the growing number of pressures placed on men in our contemporary society.
OHF WEEKLY, VOL. 5 NO. 21: Editor’s Letter, “Tina Turner: Defiance, Sexuality, and Resilience,” “Pulse: One Year Later,” and a quote by Bishop Desmond Tutu.
OHF WEEKLY, VOL. 5 NO. 12: Editor’s Letter, “Bethany Mandel, Wokeness, Intellectual Dishonesty...,” “When Five Black Officers Beat a Black Man to Death,” “Fieldnotes on Allyship,” and a quote by Richard Wright
By now, many of you who are “woke” enough to follow current issues that populate or dominate the news cycle are aware of the incident involving Bethany Mandel. The conservative activist and author set the internet ablaze and went viral for her screeching response to defining “woke” during the March...