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‘Therapy is for white people’: Black mental health experts work to overcome stigmas

After Maria Brown-Spence lost two loved ones to cancer, she looked for help to deal with her grief but found the cultural divide was too wide. She started Hearts2Heal in Austin, Texas, to create culturally relevant mental health programming for people of color. (Photo courtesy of Taylor Prinsen Photography)

After Maria Brown-Spence lost two loved ones to cancer, she looked for help to deal with her grief but found the cultural divide was too wide. She started Hearts2Heal in Austin, Texas, to create culturally relevant mental health programming for people of color. (Photo courtesy of Taylor Prinsen Photography)

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