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Mental Health in Minority Communities | Bria Johnson | TEDxTowsonU
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Added Aug 1, 2016
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Towson University student Bria Johnson uses poetry and spoken word to tackle some of the most difficulty problems of her community and generation. This talk begins with one of her spoken word performances and ends with her insight on mental health in minority communities.

She is a sophomore here at Towson University, majoring in Psychology and Women’s & Gender studies. She is currently the president and founder of a student organization here called Womanist United. Her primary goal with this organization is to help create safe spaces for students to practice self-care and love themselves.

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