What are the impacts of racism on mental health? Why is the stereotype of the “strong black woman” so damaging? Why do some African-Americans distrust the medical establishment? Terrie M. Williams answers these questions and more in this episode of Addicted to Race Premium.
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Terrie is a clinical social worker by training who became a successful public relations pro by her own design. Terrie is author Black Pain: It Just Looks Like We’re Not Hurting, which tells the untold story of depression among African-Americans as well as Terrie’s tale of her own chronic depression—a revealing narrative she shared in the June 2005 issue of ESSENCE magazine. Terrie has a B. A. (cum laude) in Psychology and Sociology from Brandeis University, and an M.S. in Social Work from Columbia University.
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