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Digital event highlights Minority Mental Health Month, provides support to Black community members

ORLANDO, Fla. – In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic and with racial injustice at the forefront across the nation, an Orlando-based non-profit is working to get results and provide healing and emotional support for the Black community.Black Mental Health Matters, an emotional justice movement from non-profit Peer Support Space, is seeking to provide the emotional and mental support that Black community members may need through a digital event during Minority Mental Health Month. .

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