Below are the best resources we could find on Asian American and Pacific Islander Well-Being and emotional health and well being.
NAMI's Multicultural Action Center sponsored a listening session for the Asian American/ Pacific Islander community in Los Angeles.
“When I started my undergraduate degree in psychology, my grandmother said she was afraid I would become pagal (“crazy”) because of it.
“I just didn’t want them to stress and not be afraid to go to school. The less they knew, the better it was.”
Black, Indigenous, and People of Color are the target of prejudice, systemic discrimination, microaggressions, and physical acts of violence due to the color of their skin.
Ethnic and community identity is considered a notable protective factor to mental health for many AAPIs. The sense of communal identity, connections, belonging and family bonds is a strong predictor of resilience while facing life’s challenges
Here are helpful ways to find support and make your mental wellbeing a top priority.
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