Depression, anxiety and other disorders become challenging and difficult for Black people to deal with, not forgetting the significant roles race and racism play in contributing to an increase in our vulnerability to mental health distress and reluctance to seek treatment. This discussion will address all these critical issues.
Suzanne Obiorah – Director for Gender and Race Equity, Inclusion, Indigenous Relations, and Social Development, City of Ottawa
Marie Philippe Remy – Founder, Fabiola’s Addiction and Mental Health Awareness and Support (FAMHAS) Foundation
Warren Clarke – Ph.D. Candidate in Sociology, Carleton University
Kahmaria Pingue – SNAP Child & Family Worker
Dr.Helen Ofosu – HR Consultant & Career Coach
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