Yesica Medina Gutierrez – Lack of Mental Health Awareness for LGBTQ+ Minorities

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Faculty mentor: Coco James

Discussing how BIPOC LGBTQ individuals are more isolated, lonely, and misunderstood in their communities. This ranges from lack of representation, to spaces that are not designed for BIPOC LGBTQ folk to feel accepted. These problems are important to learn about and address for a better understanding of queer people and their mental health.

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