Nicole Kwan (she/her) is a mental health advocate and she is an Unapologetically Black Unicorn. Nicole talks about how mental health was stigmatized in her own culture and how she found people to talk to and support her. They talk about the focus on immigrant mental health, getting more young people to the table and the importance of compassion, kindness and empathy.

The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline is now: 988 Suicide and Crisis Lifeline


Originally published as “You Are Far from Insignificant” with Nicole Kwan at Unapologetically Black Unicorns

Subscription RSS Feed:

Forget Me Not: Inclusion in the Classroom – available on DVD and Streaming


Cinema Libre Studio is thrilled to announce the home entertainment release of the Slamdance Grand Jury Prize-winning documentary, FORGET ME NOT. The film begins in…


Disability News Wire Enters Open Beta Testing


Disability News Wire has entered beta testing with an early release of its Internet wire service for the Disability Community. Our goal is to bring…


Keep up with podcasts like this

If you find resources like this helpful, consider subscribing to our newsletter so you can have the latest news, analyses, podcasts, and videos mailed to you.

We'd really like to hear what you think about any of the podcasts we share here, our site, or anything we can do to be more useful for you. Thank you!