Bi-Cultural Stress

Founder and Executive Director, Xahej Bajipura, highlights the intersectionality of Asian and Pacific Islander Heritage and Mental Health in this article published in the National Diversity Council’s Quarterly Newsletter: Congress designated May as Asian Pacific...

The Latinos and Their Families You Don’t Hear About

Have you heard of Google, Instagram, Uber, or Amazon? Let me ask you this, have you ever eaten pizza, Chinese food, hummus, or tacos? What do these companies and foods have in common? None of them would exist if it wasn’t for immigrants in the USA.   Do you know...

Mission Invisible

Zephre sits alone up on the roof of the tallest tree he could find inside the concrete jungle. Silence wraps around him and his eyes travel over the lights and the small metal animals that speed along the paths. The visible people wander all around the jungle, some in...

Showing vulnerability to heal past wounds of child abuse

             Sometimes at dusk, we would see him come out from the hidden interior of his island. For years, we had no idea who he was or what he did until the night I stepped foot into the water I had so often stood or sat in after beatings or nightmares. That was...