Samantha Duterville is an advanced graduate student in the Clinical Psychology program at the University of Massachusetts, Boston. She received her Bachelor’s of Arts majoring in psychology and criminal justice from Indiana University. Samantha completed her third-year practicum at Harvard Street Neighborhood Community Health Center. Currently, Samantha is teaching undergraduate Abnormal Psychology at UMass Boston. Her master’s thesis focused on whether there are ethnic differences in how Black American’s experience race-related stress and endorsement of Racial Colorblindness. Samantha’s research and clinical interests focus on the experiences and clinical implications of racism, mental health disparities, mental health stigma, and the a acculturative stress experienced and immigrant families.