Your Brain at Work LIVE | What Neuroscience Tells Us About Resilience

Season 9, Episode 17 - Listen Now

It wasn’t until June 2021 that the United States Federal Government formally recognized Juneteenth as a federal holiday — but while that recognition may have been delayed, the wisdom we can take from stories of African-American resilience have been with us all along.

In this episode, we welcome Dr. Michaela Simpson, the NeuroLeadership Institute’s Global Vice President of Research and Innovation; and Janet M. Stovall, our Global Head of DEI — to share a neuroscientific perspective on this tradition of resilience, and what a more inclusive, equitable world might look like going forward.

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