Behind Mental Health Stigmas In Black Communities

Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr.’s recent diagnosis of bipolar disorder has focused attention on the shame that sometimes accompanies mental health diagnoses in the African-American community. Psychiatrist William Lawson joins NPR’s John Donvan to discuss why such a stigma exists.
 
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