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A Q&A With the Founder of Saddie Baddies, a Digital Safe Space for People of Color

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Late February 2020, I sat down with Priscilla Agyeman from Saddie Baddies, a mental health resource for Black women. I remember that day I was feeling particularly burnt out.

The more Priscilla and I spoke, the more renewed I felt. As a mentally ill Black woman myself, I immediately resonated with the essence, vibes and mission that Priscilla has been cultivating with this brand since 2019.

I asked her to sit down with me (virtually, of course) to discuss Saddie Baddies more in-depth, and also to discuss the role of community care in self-care.

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