Study: Where Stop-and-Frisk Goes, Trauma Follows
In the first survey of young men on stop-and-frisk’s impact on their mental health.
Misty Upham's Family Says Cops Taunted Actress About Mental Illness
Her body was found late last week.
The Heartbreaking Story of Josh Marks, Chicago's MasterChef
The reality TV star’s demise shows the barriers that black Americans face when trying to seek help for mental illnesses.
Comedian Kristina Wong Opens Up About Mental Illness and Chinese-Americans
She toured with her show about Asian-American women and depression for seven years.
Does Bollywood Drop the Ball on Mental Health?
The Aerogram makes a pretty compelling case.
Suicide Crisis Continues Among Native Youth on Reservations
Native youth are more than three times more likely to commit suicide than any other group.
Rapper Danny Brown Tweets About His Struggle With Mental Illness
He also sheds light on the broader issue of black men to cope with depression and anxiety.
NFL Player Wears Green Cleats for Mental Health Awareness Despite Fine
Brandon Marshall had a point to make.
Report: Immigration Enforcement Takes Heavy Toll On Kids' Physical And Mental Health
A new report reveals that immigration reform could save hundreds of thousands of children from suffering physical and mental health strains.
Older Asian American Women Have Highest Suicide Rate
Asian American women ages 65 and older had a higher suicide rate — 6.5 per 100,000 — than any other racial or ethnic group.
Study Finds 90% Jump in ADHD Diagnosis Amongst Black Girls
A new study of health records from California found the rate of children diagnosed with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) rose dramatically between 2001 and 2010.
What's the Best Way to Prevent Another Sandy Hook? [Reader Forum]
Colorlines readers responds to the White House’s proposals to prevent gun violence.
What Obama's Gun Plan Means For Mental Health Care
There’s scant evidence of a link between mental illness and violence. Still, advocates say, the mental health system desperately needs more resources and attention.
Private Prison Company's New Profit Source: Mental Health
The State of Texas is poised to outsource management of a public psychiatric hospital to a company that’s made its billions in the business of private criminal and civil immigration lockup.
Making Mental Health Awareness Year-round
So July, and National Minority Mental Health Awareness Month, are over. What are you doing to take care of yourself today?
#NoShameDay and the Fight to Eradicate the Stigma of Mental Illness
July is National Minority Mental Health Awareness Month.
One Runner's Step-by-Step Path to Justice
Donna Hernández gives us her personal story of how running changed the way she dealt with stress, and approached social justice work.
How to Do Right By Yourself While Busy Saving the World
People dedicated to racial justice are often so focused on strengthening our communities, we fail to remain healthy ourselves. Monica Novoa speaks with organizers who are helping the movement mind its own mental health.
Young, Depressed, and Of Color: Why Schools and Doctors Get It Wrong
From the classroom to the clinician’s office, there’s a long and troubling relationship between racism and the mental health field.
Junior Seau's Family to Donate Brain to NFL Concussion Research
San Diego Chargers chaplain Shawn Mitchell told The Times the family decided to allow access to researchers investigating the long-term effects of head hits “to help other individuals down the road.”