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On top of the brightest, Noble has some of the most talented student-athletes in Chicago. Currently, the Noble League is home to 26 varsity sports and competition-based activities with opportunities for student-athletes to participate in IHSA, CPL, and Noble League […]
“Black people don’t go to therapy.”
“You don’t need therapy, you need Jesus.”
“Stop crying and suck it up.”
“Therapy is for crazy people.”
Throughout my life, these are phrases I’ve heard from my students and peers that sought to justify why people of color, and specifically Black people, should not seek out therapy or support. Nevertheless, support and therapy are exactly what is needed, arguably now more than ever.