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According to the United States Department of Justice, nearly 7,000 hate crimes are reported annually, and 57.6% of these crimes are racially motivated. In the past year, we have seen an increase in animosity towards people that identify as black, indigenous, or other persons of color. These events have made way for the creation of worldwide movements such as Black Lives Matter and Stop Asian Hate. As a part of Minority Mental Health Month, we want to open the floor to a raw and honest discussion about minority mental health in today’s climate. Tune in on July 22 at 7 p.m. on Facebook Live to join in on the discussion.