NewsNight Conversations | Central Florida's Affordable Housing Crisis
This week on #NewsNight, the first in a three-part series of special NewsNight Conversations looking at issues that matter to Central Florida’s communities. This week, an in-depth discussion of our region’s affordable housing crisis and the added pressure on families caused by the pandemic. Watch live Friday night at 8:30 on WUCF.
Mental health during the COVID-19 pandemic
Experts and journalists examine the mental health fallout of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Tackling the coronavirus outbreak in Central Florida
Interviews with local leaders and experts on the coronavirus in Central Florida
A Question of Race: Answers for Kids
Experts discuss how to talk to children about racism and current events.
Beyond the Conversation
The impact of the pandemic on mental health
NewsNight's Steve Mort speaks with Dr. Todd Husty, Seminole County Medical Director; Danielle Prieur, WMFE Reporter; and Marni Stahlman, President/CEO of The Mental Health Association of Central Florida, about the impact the pandemic has had on the mental health in our community from a variety of perspectives.
Unemployment & health concerns contributing to mental health issues
Dr. Deborah Beidel, Trustee Chair and Pegasus Professor of Psychology and Medical Education at UCF and the Executive Director of UCF RESTORES, speaks with NewsNight's Steve Mort about how specific hardships connected to the pandemic, such as unemployment and health concerns, can present trauma-like mental health issues akin to PTSD.
Pandemic's impact on youth mental health
From pre-school to grad school, discussing the struggles youth have faced from the pandemic, social issues, and racial inequities that have been at the forefront in the last year. NewsNight's Steve Mort speaks with Wilkine Brutus, WLRN in South Florida Reporter, and Cassandra Palmer, Seminole County Public Schools Counselor.