Barbershops are where brothers talk about almost everything. One subject, however, seems to be taboo, and it’s an important one that needs much more exposure in the Black community: mental health. We revisit this informative and insightful October 2015 article on World Mental Health Day, October 10. source: https://www.ebony.com/health/mental-health/black-men-and-mental-illness-can-be-a-barbershop-conversation-too/
Rep. Elijah Cummings, Who Railed to Set Trump Straight on Anti-Black Rhetoric, Dies at 68We are revisiting this March 2017 article in salute to longtime Baltimore congressman Cummings, who passed...
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