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This book is a critical MUST HAVE resource Jesse Pacheco, Marriage & Family Therapist, Los Angeles
Latina feminst mental health activist Dior Vargas wondered:
How do people of color experience mental illness?
This important bilingual mental health photo book that focuses solely on people of color.
To find answers she interviewed people of color across the country. She asked about access to mental health services, getting culturally competent care, people living with a mental health diagnosis.
People responded with compelling stories full of truth and insight. They report on what helps them survive, how to navigate family and cultural beliefs about mental illness, and share their triumphs.
In the book Kachi states "More representation of people who look like me who also deal with mental illness is important." "Tener m's representaci n de personas que se parecen a m y que tambi n lidian con enfermedades mentales es crucial."
Written in English and Spanish, The Color of My Mind shares stories of living with mental illness while living in a variety of cultural and linguistic communities.
They are a diverse group: queer and straight, Latinx, indigineous, Black, Asian-American and mixed race, and speak multiple languges. They work in a wide range of fields from artist to business professionals.
Color of My Mind helps us see the vulnerability and strength of people of color living with mental health issues. - Elisa Camahort Page, Entrepreneur, Speaker, Author