[The Good Doctors Diagnose] Intergenerational Trauma and Representation in ‘Turning Red’ || LIVE The Good Doctors Diagnose

[The Good Doctors Diagnose] Intergenerational Trauma and Representation in ‘Turning Red’ || LIVE The Good Doctors Diagnose

Take 2 on this conversation with our dear friend Dr. Nadine Thornhill. We’ll be missing Dr. Kristen this time but Dr. Erin and Dr. Nadine will still have loads to talk about this fascinating movie!

Watch the original LIVE video here!

Show Notes:

Empathy Exercises:
1. Asthma
2. Harvard & Slavery
3. Everywhere is Queer
4. Canadian Blood Donation
5. Ads Opt-Out
6. Freshii

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