Every July, we observe Minority Mental Health Month to shine a light on the unique struggles underrepresented communities face regarding mental illness in the United States. Starting an open dialogue on the matter is important to educate others and show minority groups they are not alone. From deep-rooted systemic racism to persistent stigmatization, BIPOC (Black,...Read More
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