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Stress and Anxiety of the Black Community during Health and Racial Pandemics

Dr. Charmain Jackman and LaFawn Davis, VP of Diversity, Inclusion & Belonging at Indeed discuss racial trauma, white allyship, and encouraging the journey from passive to active engagement for those advocating for racial justice.

A Fireside Chat with Dr. Charmain Jackman and LaFawn Davis, DI&B VP

On Monday, June 8th, Indeed hosted a special fireside chat with Dr. Charmain Jackman and LaFawn Davis, VP of Diversity, Inclusion & Belonging at Indeed on ‘Stress and Anxiety of the Black Community During Health and Racial Pandemics’ and the power of becoming a visible advocate. Dr. Jackman presented to a virtual audience of over 800 Indeed employees on a range of topics, including racial trauma, white allyship, and encouraging the journey from passive to active engagement for those advocating for racial justice.

Charmain F. Jackman, Ph.D., is a Harvard-trained, licensed psychologist with over 23 years in the mental health field. She currently serves as the Dean of Health & Wellness at Boston Arts Academy. Dr. Jackman is the founder + CEO of InnoPsych, Inc., an organization on a mission to change the face of therapy and to promote wellness & healing for people of color. As a change-maker, Dr. Jackman is passionate about the intersection of psychology, mental health, and diversity, and has created social impact initiatives that support community members and mental health professionals. She is a recipient of the 2020 American Psychological Association’s PLC Diversity Award.

Learn more about Diversity, Inclusion & Belonging at Indeed.

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