How a panic attack gave me a front-row view of race, healthcare, and mental health

I hold a fear that I will find myself, like so many in my family, seeking answers from healthcare providers only to receive dismissive responses that delay life-saving diagnoses.

Fatphobia, Cultural Appropriation, and Other Touchpoints in American Yoga: A Review of Jessamyn Stanley’s ‘Yoke’

After reading Yoke, I can’t say that I have all the answers – but doling out answers isn’t the point of the book. More often than not, Stanley doesn’t recommend a path of action or a road to follow. Instead, she offers her own personal self-examination as a path for the reader to take or leave.