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The Real Juneteenth: A time to reflect on the impact of trauma on the mental health status of the African American community Guest Blog By: Nicki King, Ph.D.* Juneteenth commemorates June 19, 1865, when former slaves in …

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By Stephanie Covington Armstrong Until I found myself battling with bulimia then anorexia, I had always assumed as an African-American woman, my skin color and precarious socio-economic status granted me immunity from eating disorders. Every book …

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Black History Month is a time to celebrate the contributions African American leaders have made to our society for hundreds of years. It is also a prime opportunity to reflect and ensure that the next wave of dreamers, trailblazers, and game-changers …

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July is National Minority Mental Health Awareness Month. Culture, race, gender, ethnicity, age and sexual orientation are all factors that can influence mental health. Today we highlight recent information about our diverse communities and what …

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