“ Being Black and Feeling Blue ” : the Mental Health Consequences of Racial Discrimination

@inproceedings{Brown2000BB,
  title={“ Being Black and Feeling Blue ” : the Mental Health Consequences of Racial Discrimination},
  author={Tony N. Brown and David R. Williams and James S. Jackson and Harold W. Neighbors and Myriam Torres and KENDRICK T. BROWN},
  year={2000}
}
The association between racial discrimination and mental health was examined using Wave 2 (1987–1988) and Wave 3 (1988–1989) panel data from the National Survey of Black Americans (NSBA). Mental health status was assessed by psychological distress and depression. In cross-sectional analyses, the perception of * Direct all correspondence to Tony N. Brown, P… CONTINUE READING