Roy Richard Grinker, a George Washington University anthropology and international affairs professor, examined the stigma of mental health issues throughout history. This virtual event was hosted by Books & Books in Florida.
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- Roy Richard Grinker Professor George Washington University->Anthropology, Human Sciences, and International Affairs
Cristina Nosti Director Books and Books->Events and Marketing
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