Collectively, African-American men have the worst quality of life and shortest life spans of all racial and ethnic groups in the U.S. But that doesn’t mean we don’t have the
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Rapidly declining health, little to no retirement savings, and premature death. That’s what the picture of Black aging in the U.S. looks like. While Blacks experience inequities in nearly every
Like reports of gun violence and the weather forecast, Kanye West is always in the news. If it’s not for the release of his Netflix documentary, “jeen-yuhs: A Kanye Trilogy,”
Black men are in the crosshairs of two separate disorders that tend to converge: mental illness and substance abuse. With the added complications of racism and the Covid-19 pandemic, rates
The Covid-19 pandemic has altered our lives, causing infection, loss, social isolation, financial strain, and/or mental health issues for many. So, it’s no surprise that people are turning to religion
‘Tis the season of frigid air and overcast skies, where daylight and sunshine are in shorter supply. For millions in the U.S., year after year, the coming Winter causes a
Racism has seeped into virtually every area, segment, and field of society. Whether an overt hate crime or subtle workplace “microaggression,” a single act of racial discrimination can enact a devastating toll upon its victim. Simply witnessing or experiencing an act of racism second hand can impact mental health.
Host Jon D. Brown speaks with Will Packer, continuing the conversation from July about perseverance and financial health. This interview is the August 25th edition of the Black Men’s Health Summer Lunch Series.
Host Jon D. Brown speaks with Dr. Vashaun O. Williams to discuss M.B.A. (Male – Black – Accountability). This interview is the August 11th edition of the Black Men’s Health Summer Lunch Series.