This week on A Moment in with the Token in a Post-Gentrified Brooklyn, Kathline Chery speaks with Supreme Understanding, author of The Hood Health Handbook. Tune into this episode to hear Supreme Understanding talk about institutionalized racism, and how it affects the health of black and brown communities in the United States. Find out why Supreme Understanding founded his own publishing outlet, and how that allows for freedom in terms of content. Learn more about processed foods, and how they’re killing populations in cities across the country due to insufficient fresh food. How is mental health viewed in the hood? Tune in to hear Supreme Understanding talk about the need for better mental health resources in low income neighborhoods. This program has been brought to you by Rolling Press. Music by takstar.
“Our community is not sick by accident; we’re sick by design!” [19:30]
— Supreme Understanding on A Moment With the Token in a Post-Gentrified Brooklyn