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‘Mental health a issue for black men’

Mar 16, 2018 Source:guardian
My mum came to Britain from Jamaica when I was only two years old, as part of the Windrush emigration. Like a lot of people from the Caribbean she took that journey for a better life in the UK. I was about nine when I joined her here and then my younger brother followed me. It was difficult for us after that as those years of bonding were missing.

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