The coronavirus 2019 pandemic has impacted people of color disproportionately. The intergenerational trauma and systemic racism that black Americans have faced within the past 400 years have fomented conditions that lead to vulnerability within this historically resilient community. Distress is also increased by fears of getting infected, particularly as black Americans and their families are highly represented among essential workers and have suffered more deaths of family and community members.
You are invited to a virtual presentation by an expert in mental health followed by a conversation with community members. Join us to learn about research findings and how they relate to your health.