BPS for BLM: Racial Injustice During a Pandemic
**This post is part of our series, Behavioral Psych Studio for Black Lives Matter (BPS for BLM), which aims to amplify Black voices on topics related to mental health and wellbeing. All links below will take you to Black-created content.**
By Brooke Schwartz, LMSW
In her article titled The Pandemic of Black Trauma Will Never End, writer Kathleen Newman-Bremang emphasizes that anti-black racism is a pandemic of its own. While many of us may feel that our lives have changed significantly since learning about COVID-19, Newman-Bremang highlights one thing that has stayed consistent — Black trauma.
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