‘He’s Not Crazy. He’s Hurting': Suicides Are Rising for Young Black and Latino Men in Texas

Hip-hop is therapy for Tye Harris.Tonight’s session is at the Granada Theater on Lower Greenville. He takes the stage in his red Adidas joggers and a jean jacket. He’s nervous, but he pulls the mic close to him. It’s time to channel T.Y.E, his alter ego and more confident side.The lights dim and his hip-hopera begins:Something is unusual, with meI feel a little off balanced. I feel a little bit strange.Some people call me peculiar. Some people call me deranged.  Continue reading...

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