The Disproportionate Burden of COVID-19 on Black Women and Girls Mental Health

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COVID-19 pandemic has reinforced deep-seated inequities in health and mental health care for communities of color and amplifies social, educational and economic factors that contribute to poor health outcomes. However, conversations regarding gender have been few as we talk about unequal outcomes. In particularly, the ways in which overlapping systems of oppression sustain disproportionate burdens of emotional stress and illness for Black women and girls.

During this panel we will discuss contextual, structural and social factors that have contribute to the disproportionate burden of COVID-19 Black Women and Girls Mental Health and offer strategies for increasing wellness at the local and state levels.

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