Dorm life, fitting in, and preparing for exams are all a part of college life. For many students, so are other factors like anxiety and depression. While talking to a therapist seems like the obviously choice, seeking mental health help is considered a stigma for many in the Black community. NewsVision reporter Kaprielle Trenard takes a closer look at the issue.
Mental Health Matters: Why Many HBCU Students Aren’t Seeking Help