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Coping with Racial Trauma

By University of Georgia Department of Psychology

While individuals of all racial-ethnic minority groups are at risk of experiencing racial discrimination and racial trauma, Black Americans are especially at risk, as anti-Black racism is individual, systemic, and historical.

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Racial Discrimination