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M7 Discussion - Historical Trauma in Children and Families
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Experiences of genocide, racial violence, forced migration, and other traumatic events can have lasting effects, not just on the individuals who endured the traumas, but on their ancestors. Learn more about historical and generational trauma by watching the following short videos before posting to the discussion area:
· What Is Historical Trauma? (5 minutes in length, captioned) https:
extension.umn.edu/trauma-and-healing/historical-trauma-and-cultural-healing
· How Do People Experience Historical Trauma? (6 minutes in length, captioned, 7 sec) https:
www.youtube.com/watch?v=sjJUQlodh0g
· What Is Cultural Healing? (5 minutes in length, captioned) https:
www.youtube.com/watch?v=l1o7ls7JnxA
After you have viewed the videos, post a response to each of the questions:
1. In your own words, explain historical trauma. Reflect on what it means to you.
2. How might historical trauma impact a relationship between an elder (parent, grandparent, etc.) and a child and/or effect child-raising practices in general?
3. Describe a racial microaggression that you have witnessed in a social interaction, human service practice setting, or educational setting.  How did you feel about the microaggression and how did you respond? If a child or teen experienced microaggressions on a daily or weekly basis, what do you think the cumulative impact might be?
4. How might you implement culturally-responsive strategies in working with people who have experienced historical trauma? If you are unsure, what resources (including people) could you draw upon to help you?
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Dipali answered on Apr 11 2024
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1. A group of people's collective emotional and psychological injuries
ought on by traumatic experiences in the past or institutionalised oppression are refe
ed to as historical trauma. Genocide, enslavement, forced migration, colonisation, and other acts of violence against a specific cultural or ethnic group are examples of these occu
ences. Historical trauma affects the mental, emotional, and physical health of succeeding generations and is not limited to the people who were there at the time. It is instead passed down through generations (Gameon & Skewes, 2021). Historical trauma, in my opinion, is an indication of the ongoing effects of previous injustices on the present, emphasising the significance of identifying and co
ecting structural injustices in order to support healing and resilience within impacted communities.
2. The dynamics of the relationships between elders and children within families can be profoundly impacted by historical trauma. When it comes to their connections with children, elders who have gone through historical trauma may battle with unresolved so
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