(#36) How racism impacted our childhood

Childhood photo of Jessie and Christine with their dad
Childhood Photo of Jessie & I hanging with out with our racist Father


Hello to all of our Family Burrito listeners out there whose father thought the 70s television miniseries Roots was hilarious because the main character couldn’t keep his name African name Kunta Kinte after he was sold into slavery

Welcome back to the Family Burrito. My name is Christine. My sister Jessie and I created this podcast as a way to heal the roots in our family.

In this episode Jessie and Christine discuss 

  • Healing after breaking your Femur 
  • Going to school with broken leg
  • Black mental health podcast 
  • Giving Advice 
  • Asking people if they need help
  • Not living in fear 
  • Ukraine and Russia conflict  
  • Why we don’t ask for help

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Check out Christine’s Podcast: How Coronavirus Saved My Life 

episode 31: the adversity (Healing Cycle of Abuse with Chris Allen)

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