Taraji P. Henson Creates Free Therapy for African Americans

Multiple-award winning American actress, Taraji P. Henson has tried to do her best for humanity during this coronavirus pandemic. As an advocate for mental health, she has come out to help many who are dying in silence at this period of time.

The actress is focusing on African-Americans who are said to have the highest percentage of deaths in the US since the outbreak of the deadly coronavirus.

Taraji has now created a free virtual therapy service to help the black communities cope with the coronavirus pandemic. She also explained how a family of 9 have to cope in a very small room despite the clamor for social distancing.

She has now used her voice as a celebrity and do everything in power to help those who are dying in silence. African-Americans are to send a text to code for free access to therapy this period.

Taraji Reacts to Coronavirus Pandemic in the USA

She said ‘’it is difficult for the black community to even speak up about mental illnesses or mental health because of the stigma… I had to do something’’

Taraji P. Henson Creates Free Therapy For African Americans
New York, New York – April 04: Taraji P. Henson Attend “The Best Of Enemies” New York Premiere At Amc Loews Lincoln Square On April 04, 2019 In New York City. (Photo By Jamie Mccarthy/Getty Images

The Emmy award nominee felt she has to do this to help humanity. She quoted her late father’s word who said ‘’If you are blessed, you have to go out to be a blessing’’

This laudable project by Taraji P. Henson has been acknowledged by many Americans. It has been labelled a show of love for human beings.

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