INSIGHTS & CHILL | Death and Depression!

Mental Health is a BIG issue and it is not spoken about enough. Just like most diseases, the end result of depression can often be death!

But it doesn’t have to be like this and we can most certainly combat depression and it could be a lot easier than people think… Stand up and speak up!

In this edition of Insights and Chill, we discuss the ever-growing issue of depression and mental health. You don’t have to fight it by yourself, but we as a people need to do a better job of speaking up about it and become more educated about the issue.

We need to be better at treating it and reacting to it.

Later in the session, we discuss racism and depression. Particularly as it pertains to black males.

INSIGHTS & CHILL | Is there racism in western privilege?

#prayformanchester, #prayforparis, #prayfortexas but why no #prayforkenya or #prayforafghanistan, etc. In this episode of Insights & Chill we explore certain western norms that don’t carry over when there is an issue facing the Eastern world. This is an oversight that needs to be addressed.

Is this a form of racism in not wanting to properly report Eastern travesties or does this content simply not have a place in Western media? If we flip the switch and look vica versa, does it still apply?

Europe and America are predominantly white, Chrisitan societies. This plays a major role in the way the media reacts to such news of terrorism in our territories although we commit the same scenes in the Eastern world. In some cases, to a larger extent. Insights & Chill discusses.

INSIGHTS AND CHILL | Should White People Be Allowed To Say The ‘N’ Word When Singing Along To Music

Insights and Chill is a discussion with the public about hard-hitting subjects. Nat Black-Heaven tunes into Instagram Live every Monday, 7pm British time to debate with people on the chosen subject which is voted for by the public every Thursday, also on Instagram (@black_heezy)

This episode focusses on if ‘white people should use the ‘N’ word when singing along to music.’ I speak to Vic, Ollie and Daryll who all have conflicting views on the subject.

With a word that has had such negative meaning in history, this heated debate brings emotions to support a fun and engaging discussion.

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