Young Black Men Suffer from High Rates of Depression

Release Date: 
Tuesday, February 18, 2014

Article, The North Star News (February 18, 2014)

Young Black Men Suffer from High Rates of Depression:  They are hyper-vigilant for any signs of danger because they are under intense surveillance

Associate Professor Waldo E. Johnson, Jr. was interviewed during the symposium, "Black Young Men in America: Rising Above Social and Racial Prejudice, Trauma, and Educational Disparities."

Faculty Association: 
Waldo Johnson