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Saturday, July 9, 2011

The video, Post Traumatic Slave Syndrome, that Queen Sheba speaks about has been made available by Conscious Media Productions at Cincinnati IPTV. Please click on the drop down menu for“Education” in the blue drop down box. See example to the right.

Who will heal the people? Let them that have ears listen and be healed.

There have been a lot of things on my mind like what happened to us doing slavery and after. I want to know why. I have been writing about it, talking about it, and dreaming about it. Robin Foster, Host of Over Troubled Water, told me about Dr. Joy DeGruy-Leary who wrote a book called Post Traumatic Slave Syndrome. I looked at some of the things about her on Over Troubled Water, and I said, “This describes a lot of what is going on with me, and it sounds like what is and has gone on with most black people I know.”

 Post Traumatic Slave Syndrome, made available by Conscious Media Productions at Cincinnati IPTV

I ordered the book. Before the book came, Robin sent me an old program that Dr Joy had done in 2004. I sat up all night and listened to this lady and did not want to stop. This is a powerful woman, and what she has to say, every black and white person needs to hear. What she teaches would heal us both black and white. This video has made everything that has happened in my life make sense. Our kids need this. Grownups need this, and the world needs Dr. Joy and what she has to say. For my people, if you ever buy another book and if you want to be healed, please listen to and follow Dr. Joy DeGruy Leary.


Conscious Media said...

Robin, Queen Sheba's comments are powerful!! Robin, you're the best!!

Saving Stories said...

Thank you Conscious Media! As you, know we are all in this together. May our Father continue to bless us.

Robin Foster
Over Troubled Water

Conscious Media said...

Robin, in your initial shipment did you get a dvd about the Vanishing Black Male? If so, it is posted on Cincinnatiiptv.com

Saving Stories said...

Great! I will do that one next then instead of the one I am working on: (BW). I do have the CD.


Saving Stories said...

The article is ready to go, Jim. I just do not see the video.

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