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Embrace

Sonya Johnson, the aunt of Tyneka Johnson, 22, of Portsmouth, Va., right in the white sweater, hugs Carmen Kingston, a loved one of Fernando “Jesus” Chavez-Barron, 16, of Chesapeake, Va., during a prayer vigil held by the Chesapeake Coalition of Black Pastors at The Mount (Mount Lebanon Baptist Church) in Chesapeake, Va., Sunday, Nov. 27, 2022, for the six people killed at a Walmart in Chesapeake, Va., including Tyneka Johnson and Chavez-Barron, when a manager opened fire with a handgun before an employee meeting Tuesday night. (AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster)

Carolyn Kaster

Embrace

Sonya Johnson, the aunt of Tyneka Johnson, 22, of Portsmouth, Va., right in the white sweater, hugs Carmen Kingston, a loved one of Fernando “Jesus” Chavez-Barron, 16, of Chesapeake, Va., during a prayer vigil held by the Chesapeake Coalition of Black Pastors at The Mount (Mount Lebanon Baptist Church) in Chesapeake, Va., Sunday, Nov. 27, 2022, for the six people killed at a Walmart in Chesapeake, Va., including Tyneka Johnson and Chavez-Barron, when a manager opened fire with a handgun before an employee meeting Tuesday night. (AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster)

Carolyn Kaster

Black Mental Health: Starting the conversation

Coffee shops, sisterhood walks, and community empowerment all working to foster a culture of acceptance for mental health within the Black community. Reset speaks with experts on perspectives across gender lines. GUEST: Christopher LeMark, founder of Coffee, Hip Hop and Mental Health Dr. Inger Burnett-Zeigler, licensed clinical psychologist; associate professor in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, Northwestern University’s Feinberg School of Medicine

Sonya Johnson, the aunt of Tyneka Johnson, 22, of Portsmouth, Va., right in the white sweater, hugs Carmen Kingston, a loved one of Fernando “Jesus” Chavez-Barron, 16, of Chesapeake, Va., during a prayer vigil held by the Chesapeake Coalition of Black Pastors at The Mount (Mount Lebanon Baptist Church) in Chesapeake, Va., Sunday, Nov. 27, 2022, for the six people killed at a Walmart in Chesapeake, Va., including Tyneka Johnson and Chavez-Barron, when a manager opened fire with a handgun before an employee meeting Tuesday night. (AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster)

Carolyn Kaster

   

From coffee shops to sisterhood walks, there is a whole community of people in Chicago working to foster a culture of acceptance for mental health within the Black community.

Reset
speaks with a Black mental health expert for more.

GUESTS: Dr. Inger Burnett-Zeigler, licensed clinical psychologist; associate professor in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, Northwestern University’s Feinberg School of Medicine

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