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Discussion: Mental health concerns for young people of color during COVID-19

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Even prior to the coronavirus, young people of color around the world faced daunting challenges, which are highlighted at the workplace. Now, amid the pandemic, those systemic inequalities are exacerbated. This panel discussion, moderated by GBH News' Phillip Martin, explored the mental health factors employers should consider in helping to establish a more supportive workplace.

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