Please see some snippets of presentations I have given on my research and passions below!

Videos

Stress & Eating.  COVID-19 (April, 2020)

Dr. Griffin encourages us to be mindful of what we eat during periods of stress, constantly hearing about deaths and unemployment, etc. (April, 2020). Subscribe to the Creating Change Publishing, LLC YouTube Channel.

Moving Into 2020 with an Increase in Ethnocentrism

As we move into a new year, we continue to struggle as a people with the realities of racism in this country. How we see ourselves and how we allow society to treat us is crucial. Listen to the short segment of encouragement as we move and navigate 2020 as a community. Dr. Griffin

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Physical and Mental Health Impact of Racism as a Stressor (2018)

Dr. Eugena Griffin provided overview of the Biopsychosocial aspect of racism on minority youth at the 2018 Fall Association of Black Educators of New York (ABENY) conference. She speaks up out of her book, Letters to the Black Community.

Dr. Griffin at the National Social Science Association Conference (St. Louis) October 3rd, 2016

Dr. Griffin speaks on cognitive psychology techniques to use in the classroom to captivate and empower non-traditional age community college students. Visit www.tx4creatingchange.com to view additional videos, book products, speaking engagements, and/or invite her to your program.

Creating Literacy for Social Change, November 8th 2015

Moving past the simplistic definition of literacy...exploring what is means to be literate from a socio-cultural preview to increase positive social change for Blacks & Hispanics. Self help books, titled "Letters to the Black Community" and 'The Steps I Took" available via www.tx4creatingchange.com and/or amazon.com

Dr. Eugena K. Griffin Speaks at the International Conference on Education, Chicago May 22, 2014

ICE May 2014 Dr. Eugena K. Griffin discusses the importance of curriculum adopting mechanisms for aspiring teachers to develop a culturally relevant teaching style to reflect all student populations, including those identified as minority. Such is suggested to increase minority student achievement, retention, and self-esteem.