Assistant Professor of Psychology at Bethune Cookman University and a Nationally Certified Grief Counselor, Pastor, Author and Mental Health Educator
*Corresponding Author: Eric Rogers, Assistant Professor of Psychology at Bethune Cookman University and a Nationally Certified Grief Counselor, Pastor, Author and Mental Health Educator.
Received: November 24, 2022; Published: December 22, 2022
To be Black or African American in the United States is to be of a proud family, legacy, history and culture who’s intergenerational track record of resiliency seems literally both incalculable and immeasurable. To be African American and to experience grief is complicated.
Citation: Eric Rogers. “It’s Complicated: Complexities and Crises Amidst African American Cultural Plasticity in the Face of Death, Grief and Mourning in Communities of Color". Acta Scientific Neurology 6.1 (2023): 78-81.
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