Researchers at the Dismantling Racial inequities Around Mental Health (DREAM) Lab, housed at the University of Southern California, are looking for participants to learn about the people who teach Black youth about race and racism.
Black adolescents between 10 to 17 years of age and their parent/caregiver are eligible to participate in a two to three hour study at USC. They will answer questions about racism and mental health. They will also be filmed having conversations about these topics.
Compensation includes $125 ($50 for adolescent, and $75 for parent/caregiver), plus travel costs.
For more information, call (424) 265-9102 or email SuppNetUSC@gmail.com to Register and complete a DREAM LAB Interest Form.