Black Introverts, Your Voices Deserve to Be Amplified–Not Silenced

Black Introverts, Your Voices Deserve to Be Amplified–Not Silenced

Last year, I began to educate others on what I’ve learned about intergenerational trauma and systemic oppression. Calling out my privilege as a light-skinned Asian American, thin, and able-bodied cis woman from a middle-class family, I found myself shouting into a void. Unfortunately, the more I shared, the more vulnerable I became to the social injustice and biases I was…

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Healing from Trauma with My Immigrant Parents

Healing from Trauma with My Immigrant Parents

My immigrant parents are loving, caring, beautiful souls. They’re also immigrants that overcame so much in order to get here to America. My parents shared their stories of traveling to a foreign land, creating a new home, and building a family there. These stories of hope and strength helped them cope with the struggle of finding their place in this…

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