Imade on Depression, and the Intersections of Social Justice and Mental Health

Imade Nibokun (@imadeintruth | @DepressedWBlack) is a writer and activist in North Carolina. In this video, she talks about her experiences with depression and the relationship between social justice and mental health.
TRIGGER WARNING: SUICIDE, RACISM

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