During Black History Month, we reflect on the resilience and wisdom of Black individuals and communities. Tracey Kirui shares her inspiration from Civil Rights leader Marsha P. Johnson.
Dr. Charity Brown Griffin uplifts the wisdom of Ella Baker, a Civil Rights activist who recognized the brilliance of Black students could be harnessed to address racial injustices, segregation, and discrimination in the South.
As we head into Black History Month, Bruny Kenou challenges us to live with more joy and fulfillment by embracing the wisdom of bell hooks.
Hopelab spotlights the leadership of Ashley Edwards, Founder and CEO of MindRight Health, who creates more equitable health outcomes for underserved communities.
We’re exploring opportunities to deepen the ways we engage youth in our work and across the ecosystem to improve mental health outcomes.
Exploring equity-centered design thinking with the Eidos Summer Institute in support of LGBTQ+ health equity.
Five takeaways on mental health tech investment from CEO, Margaret Laws.