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*A sample of my media appearances

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What Looks Like Normal on an Ordinary Day | Keisha Bentley-Edwards | TEDxDuke

What Looks Like Normal on an Ordinary Day | Keisha Bentley-Edwards | TEDxDuke

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The Myth of Black Peculiarity

The Myth of Black Peculiarity

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Critical Term: Why are Black Mothers and Babies Dying?

Critical Term: Why are Black Mothers and Babies Dying?

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I was able to talk racism, gender, & culture for it's role on health on the Cure 4 the Culture podcast

WABE: A Closer Look on Obesity & Black Churches

I shared the findings from our study looking at obesity and diabetes in Black church go-ers. 

WUNC-The State of Things, Embodied Series

I talked Black infant and maternal health with Anita Rao on WUNC's The State of Things. This show was part of their Embodied Series. Click the link below to read more or to listen to the podcast. 

The Nod

A few years ago, I did an interview with Eric Eddings from The Nod on the benefits of Afrocentric Pre-K for his daughter. The show did a follow up, and fortunately my expectation of a solid education and identity development was validated by his family's experience. Click below to hear for yourself.

On WUNC's The State of Things, I reflected on the Kerner Commission, 100 yrs of "race riots", unacknowledged Black women & White rage. Sound familiar? We tied it back to the current protest and uprisings. This interview was based on this article that was published a few years ago.

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