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Saving Face Isn’t Always a Saving Grace

Katherine Yeom, Executive Director of Korean American Family Services, explores the stigmas within the Asian American community that prevents people from seeking help.

Saving Face Isn’t Always a Saving Grace

Katherine Yeom, Executive Director of Korean American Family Services, explores the stigmas within the Asian American community that prevents people from seeking help.

This clip is a segment from the Baltimore Well Beings Tour event, Lowering Barriers: Race, Income & Mental Health, hosted by PBS SoCal.

The Well Beings Tour is a series of community-based outreach events hosted by local public media stations across the country to demystify and normalize mental health matters, address discrimination and stigma, and encourage compassion. Check our tour schedule to learn more.

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