New research from Vanderbilt University analyzes the mental and physiological effects of racism on high-achieving black college students, an issue two scholars called "one of the most urgent concerns in education today."
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- Impacts of racism on health examined (Delaware Online)
- Black Students Less Likely to Seek Mental Health Help (Inside Higher Ed)
- Many Black Students Don’t Seek Help for Mental-Health Concerns, Survey Finds (The Chronicle of Higher Education)
- Study Warns of Looming Mental Health Crisis for Black College Students (U.S. News & World Report)
- Male Students of Color Encounter Racist Stereotypes Despite Personal Success (INSIGHT Into Diversity)
- How Black Students Respond and Resist Stereotypes on Campus (Inside Higher Ed)
- Forum Examines ‘Unintended Consequences’ of Blacks’ Incarceration (Diverse Issues in Higher Education)