January 22, 2019

People who experience discrimination are at heightened risk for mental health and behavior problems, according to ongoing research. Children and adults alike report experiences of discrimination and racism. Join Dr. Sutherland and her guest, Mr. Kyle Fox as they commemorate Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, discuss the impact of racism on the mental health of marginalized individuals, and look at ways adults can cope, along with ideas that parents can use to teach children to cope as well.

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