If ever there was a time to bring attention to mental health in the Black and minority communites, the time is now! Many of us suffer silently, either because we don't feel safe to share, or simply don't know where to start. It is no secret that in the black community, history has often lead us to believe that working on your mental health means "something may be wrong with you."  For this reason we've pulled a blanket over the very thing that we need to live our best lives. It is my hope today that the purchases of these shirts are not just our way of saying "Okay, I participated," but that we wear them proudly around our communities. We use them as conversation peices, and if nothing else, as a tool to open the the dialog about the importance of mental health.