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The Fight For Our Legacy: Black Health Matters

April is National Minority Health Month. The Office Of Minority Health was created in 1986, to spread awareness to different ethnic and racial groups concerning racial health disparity. As I reflect on some of the information that I have come across and as I work to bring awareness to my community, a few things crossed my mind.

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C.K. McGhee, is a socially conscious individual concerned with issues of racial and social injustice, currently plaguing people of color, specifically; those within the African American community. She is also an advocate for mental health awareness; interested in the de-stigmatization of mental illness. Her goal is to create an atmosphere where people who are battling mental illness, will find the courage to seek proper medical attention and support, so that they can live their best lives. Her catch phrase, "Here's to brighter days", ends each of her posts, signaling her optimism that there will in fact, be brighter days ahead for those shamed into silence by the stigma of mental illness.

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