THE EFNIKS COVER STORY FOR March, on mental health and self-care for lgbtq people of color .
the editor's note
Our communities, as LGBTQ+ people of color, sometimes falsely claim that mental health is a matter strictly for white people, people with money, or as matters of grit and endurance. And we know this isn’t true at all. We know that if we had conversations that centered us, professionals that represented us, treatment that made consideration for us, and self-care that made space for us, that we could live in grace, dignity, and whatever emotional comfort we deserve.
history, context, and impact
YOU'VE BEEN PART OF THE WORK SO FAR, AND YOU CAN BE PART OF SO MUCH MORE IN THE COMING YEAR.
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