Free therapy for those who need it
Jun 11, 2020

Ending racism and achieving equality were central to Josef and Anni Albers, who fled Nazi Germany in 1933, and once in the US, supported black artists such as Jacob Lawrence. The Albers Foundation and Le Korsa carry on their legacy by fighting racial injustice in the US and around the world, and by helping those who do so.

Many people are suffering, and we want to connect people in need of mental health services with exemplary therapists offering free care.

If you, or someone you know, would like to be connected to a qualified therapist, please email Shane O’Neill at Availability is limited, and preference will be given to applicants who have suffered due to their race, ethnicity, gender, or political values. If you are in need, there is help, and you are not alone.