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BIPOC Well-Being & authenticity

Below are the best resources we could find on BIPOC Well-Being and authenticity.

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We Went to a Support Group for Black People in America

Alzo Slade participates in an “Emotional Emancipation Circle,” an Afrocentric support group created by the Community Healing Network and the Association of Black Psychologists. It’s a safe space for Black people to share personal experiences with racism and to process racial trauma.

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Badass Black Girl: Questions, Quotes, and Affirmations for Teens (Teen and YA Maturing, Cultural Heritage, Women Biographies)

Explore the many facets of your identity through hundreds of big and small questions. In this affirmations book created for Black girls, M.J. Fievre tackles topics such as family and friends, school and careers, body image, and stereotypes.

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The Meaning of Serena Williams

There is a belief among some African-Americans that to defeat racism, they have to work harder, be smarter, be better.

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5 Asian Americans on Disrupting the Creative Industries

Jeannie Jay Park, Masami Hosono, Danny Bowien, Gia Seo and Lumia Nocito talk identity, community and misperceptions.

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Navigating the Corporate World as Your Authentic Self

By showing up and consistently performing, your results speak for themselves.

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What Is ‘Black Joy’ and Why Do We Need It in Our Lives? | BBC Ideas

The film Black Panther is a good example of black culture hitting the mainstream. But so often black culture is represented in negative ways in the media. This has to stop, argues author Irenosen Okojie. We need to celebrate black film, art, and literature—what she calls “black joy.”

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Be Your Authentic Self at Work—But Only If You’re White

Some argue that no one, regardless of race, can or should truly bring their whole selves to work. And, though this may be true, the issue is far more complex for people of color.

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How to Balance Being Native American and Queer

Zachariah George is a twenty-five-year-old Native American living in the rural outcrop of White Rock, New Mexico. Going by the moniker Mr.

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African American Artist Illustrates the Power of Black Women | NowThis

Artist Jamilla Okubo is using her craft to illustrate the power of Black women. Raised in Washington DC, Jamilla Okubo uses her art to give a positive visual representation of Black women. Okubo is vocal about empowering women because of her upbringing.

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Anthony on Indigenous Mental Health and Self Love

Anthony Johnson is a social entrepreneur living in NYC and Arizona. In the video, Anthony talks about the importance of being open about mental health in an indigenous community, self care, and the power of shared story.

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