About This Project
Understanding the mental health of students of color in the U.S. during heightened public xenophobia and bigotry
Our nation is experiencing a rise in public xenophobia and hate crimes, with people of color and immigrants being the victims of this crisis. We believe that college students of color are especially vulnerable to this hate and subsequent mental health outcomes. Therefore, we seek to use our survey--fielded at over 125 colleges and universities, with over 150,000 survey respondents--to understand students of color's current mental health, and help schools protect their students.
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