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Bebe Moore Campbell Was the Champion for Mental Health We Need Right Now

In a month dedicated to minority awareness, let’s honor her memory

Bebe Moore Campbell. Photo: Tom Herde/THe Boston Globe via Getty

I’I’ll admit, while doing a bit of research on the origins of National Minority Mental Health Awareness Month, I was more than a little ashamed to learn that it is in fact entitled Bebe Moore Campbell National Minority Mental Health…




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Aisha Beau

Aisha Beau

Writer, Blogger + Speaker covering all things Self-Care. I recently launched a podcast, Re-Written, listen to it here: http://aishabeau.com/podcast/

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