A look at why and how the stigma of mental illness persists in the African American community—among both young people and their families—and what some are doing to address it.
September 10th is World Suicide Prevention Day.
That seems straightforward enough.
Suicide is awful, more common than you’d think, and in many cases, highly preventable.
Perhaps most important, in virtually every culture and every ethnic group on the planet, suicide is highly stigmatized.