The Happy Hour: A Palate-cleansing Podcast EP 6
A CONSCIOUS ACTIVIST
On today’s episode, hosts Malakai (@malakaiwade) and shaylyn (@shaylynmartos) talk about World Mental Health Day and announce the opening of Crane Cove Park in SF’s Dogpatch neighborhood. They speak with Ibory Moore, the president of Black Residents United in Housing (BRUH) at SF State about Black resources and representation on campus. Plus, a special cocktail for someone who reviewed the podcast. Rate and review if you want a tailor-made cocktail too!
Also, the recipe for this week’s tailor-made cocktail can be found here Check out our Instagram @thhpodcast and stream our earlier episodes on Apple Podcasts and Spotify. If you rate us, we just might make a cocktail recipe in your honor!
Special thanks to Arman Billimoria for our theme music and Joel Umanzor Jr. and Alex Drew for audio editing. The Happy Hour Podcast is produced in collaboration with Golden Gate Xpress Newspaper and Xpress Magazine at SF State.
Happy Latinx, Filipinx and Spooky History Month! Let’s focus on some happy stories this weekend.
Black Residents United in Housing hosts its first meeting of the semester to welcome back students (link)
BSU fundraiser unites campus groups to support Black businesses (link)
Reference Material and Background Info:
MindShift CBT – Anxiety Canada
Shine (Geared towards women of color and Black women)
Headspace (Guided meditations)
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline – Call 800-273-TALK (8255)
Crisis Text Line – Text NAMI to 741-741
National Domestic Violence Hotline – Call 800-799-SAFE (7233)
National Sexual Assault Hotline – Call 800-656-HOPE (4673)