Episode 57 | “Black Men Have MS”: Intersections, Visibility & MS — feat. Frederick T. Joseph

Join us for Episode 57 of the Myelin & Melanin Podcast!

Frederick T. Joseph

Tune in for a conversation with marketing professional, author & cultural critic, Frederick T. Joseph. We chat about intersectionality, representation, visibility, and MS.

Find Frederick on Instagram & Twitter @FredTJoseph.

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Myelin & Melanin™ Podcast

Podcast hosted by Dawn and Daana — two Black women musing about life with Multiple Sclerosis. Dawn is a 44-year-old mother, living in the Atlanta, GA area. She was diagnosed with RRMS in 2000. She has a BA in American Studies from SUNY Buffalo, and completed her graduate work in English as a Second Language at American University.