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9 BIPOC Mighty Writers You Should Read Even After BIPOC Mental Health Month

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July is Bebe Moore Campbell National Minority Mental Health Awareness Month, also known as Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) Mental Health Month — an annual awareness month created to highlight the unique mental health challenges of historically oppressed racial and ethnic groups across the United States.

As Mental Health America’s 2022 theme is #BeyondTheNumbers — recognizing the ways that the numbers and statistics don’t tell us the full story — we at The Mighty wanted to highlight just some of our incredible writers from BIPOC groups and the ways their mental health experiences are affected by the world around them.

That’s not to say that the numbers aren’t important, though — they tell us that the disparity between white and BIPOC people is huge, and that society needs to do more.

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