“You have to keep in mind, that a lot of the members of the African-American, other minorities or disadvantage communities, don’t have the resources to go seek counseling. They can talk to their ministers, they can go talk to an elder in the community, they can sit down, and they can talk to their friends and say ‘hey look, this is stressing me out, and I’m having a tough time dealing with it, how are you dealing with it’,” Anthony said.
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