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Your Journey: Indigenous

By NAMI Content Team — 2021

Shared cultural experiences such as deep connections to land, nature, ancestral wisdom and family, are protective factors for mental health, but members of Indigenous communities also share many burdens, including economic and political marginalization, education disparities, discrimination and mental health challenges rooted in a long history of trauma.

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