Earlier this year, our entire staff went through power building training. In the first session, we had to explore our fears around standing in our power.For me, this meant challenging years of training that told me I was “too much.” In elementary school, my report cards almost always said something to the effect of “bright, […]
What does self-advocacy look like in health care as a Black woman? My attempts are often viewed as being difficult, angry, or drug seeking.
My humanity has always been under attack. “All men are created equal” was never intended to include me. And that’s why I can’t just move on.