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Legendary music executive, Shanti Das has taken on a mission to debunk, dispel, and mute the stigmas on mental health...

I grew up in the church. I knew how to pray, read my Bible, and ask God for forgiveness. Even having these tools from God to get through life, I still never quite felt okay. When I finally told my grandmother how I felt, I was told that I would be okay and to “pray about it.”

As a society, we now know that the conversation on mental health needs to continue. We can no longer have this conversation about its impact once in a while. Instead, we need to continue having these conversations each and every day...

Social media dramatically changed the way we communicate, socialize, and make and maintain friendships. While there are benefits to living in a digital world, there are also risks. Today’s youth miss out on critical social skills development when they spend the majority of their free time connected to and interacting through a screen. They can also get lost in a world of unrealistic comparisons, cyberbullying, and feeling left out.

The holiday season is often viewed as a joyous occasion for people across the nation. However, it’s also a time when depression and other mental health issues can be triggered.

Mental health awareness campaigners yesterday brought their message to Bermuda with a proclamation on the steps of City Hall...

Here’s everything you need to know about a campaign created by hip hop veteran Shanti Das that has celebrities like Usher, Nick Cannon and Ludacris standing with her...

We live in an era of cultural economic entrapment and it seems as if it's become the new normal...

ATLANTA, GA — On Friday, May 5th, the Hip Hop Professional Foundation (HHPF) successfully kicked-off Mental Health Month in May with “Silence the Shame” Day; a global awareness initiative created to peel back the layers of shame and stigma related to mental health. The campaign received over 90,000,000 impressions..

A 25-year music and entertainment business veteran, Shanti Das was seven months old when her father committed suicide. Das and her siblings grew up feeling haunted, stigmatized, and embarrassed over his death for many years...

A 25-year music and entertainment business veteran, Shanti Das was seven months old when her father committed suicide. Das and her siblings grew up feeling haunted, stigmatized, and embarrassed over his death for many years...

I have been dealing with mental illness, primarily depression, for almost 15 years. The main thing I have learned on my journey is perseverance...

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