Black History Month: Black Pioneers In Mental Health

In honor of Black History Month, we are highlighting Black Pioneers In Mental Health.

Spotlighting Mamie Phipps Clark, Ph.D. and Kenneth Bancroft Clark, Ph.D. “The Clarks are best known for the famous ‘Doll Study’ in which more than 200 Black children participated. Both Mamie and Kenneth Clark worked on this study, providing invaluable evidence in favor of ending school segregation in the supreme court case Brown vs. The Board of Education, citing that school segregation was psychologically harmful to black children.”

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