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Food for the black mind

Our leading story today looks at a long-overdue challenge that plagues black communities on a large s
The Mojisola Report
Food for the black mind
By The Afropole • Issue #77 • View online
Our leading story today looks at a long-overdue challenge that plagues black communities on a large scale. Be it art, education, science, or business, mental illness has yet to be discussed and addressed without judgment and stigma. How do we navigate a state of health mental wellbeing in a pandemic, if we aren’t ready to speak on it?
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Covid-19 is helping to destigmatize mental healthcare in Africa
How This African Soccer Team Is Helping More Women To Code
Digital event highlights Minority Mental Health Month, provides support to Black community members
African countries are having to come to terms with a growing diaspora’s dual citizenship
Meatless Lovers Find New Options with Urban Accents
'Black-ish' Star Marsai Martin Is The Ultimate Hair Chameleon - Essence
Celebrating the Work of Her Ancestor, Victoria Butler Carves Her Path in the Spirits Industry
Artists are creating statues in commemoration of the Windrush generation – Repeating Islands
Global Collective ARTNOIR Is Holding A Benefit Auction To Support Artists And Curators Of Color
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