Reexamining Whitney Houston's life; Anxiety, depression among kids of color surges : Here & Now Anytime It's been 10 years since the world lost one of the greatest artists of all time: Whitney Houston. Her life and legacy have always been clouded with gossip and judgment. Author Gerrick Kennedy says it's time to reexamine that. He joins us. And, one new study by Boston Medical Center reveals a surge in depression and anxiety in Black and Brown kids between the ages of 5 and 11 during the pandemic. Lead author Andrea Spencer discusses the findings.

Reexamining Whitney Houston's life; Anxiety, depression among kids of color surges

Reexamining Whitney Houston's life; Anxiety, depression among kids of color surges

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It's been 10 years since the world lost one of the greatest artists of all time: Whitney Houston. Her life and legacy have always been clouded with gossip and judgment. Author Gerrick Kennedy says it's time to reexamine that. He joins us.

And, one new study by Boston Medical Center reveals a surge in depression and anxiety in Black and Brown kids between the ages of 5 and 11 during the pandemic. Lead author Andrea Spencer discusses the findings.

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