Below are the best articles we could find on Race and Gender and emotional health and well being.
It’s been challenging for me to witness the victim mentality that’s become popular in mainstream narratives. I’m a woman, person of color, and daughter of immigrants. I don’t perceive myself as a victim.
Despite systems of oppression harming us, it’s imperative that we make space for ourselves to heal. We must begin, today, with ourselves, to rest so we can flourish.
As entrepreneurs, black women can neglect their wellness and experience triggers that disrupt their mental health.
Black women have to give themselves permission to simply be. To be more than just a fierce powerhouse, but to tap into all identities and needs, including those that make us vulnerable.
Could cultivating a positive self-image, exclusively around race and ethnicity, make a lasting difference in student performance and confidence?
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