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Online Mental Health Resources for Black Women

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Just like Black lives, Black mental health matters. As tensions in our country have been at an all-time high this week, a wide combination of factors have made this time especially challenging and exhausting for Black women and girls.

As Grace, the founder and editor-in-chief of Sorella Magazine, wrote in a piece about the realities she’s learned about being a Black woman, “Black women have become the face of Black activism.

When you think of Black Lives Matter, more than likely an image of a Black woman holding up a sign comes to mind. However, few people are willing to talk about the mental side effects of dedicating your life to fighting social injustice.” To help you out in your search to help relieve the tensions in your mind and seek.

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