Disparities in BIPOC Mental Health

Disparities in BIPOC Mental Health

Throughout the 2000s, talking about mental health seemed to rise to the forefront of conversations. From high profile individuals opening up about their own experiences in interviews to sharing social media posts with self-care ideas, discussion about mental health...
Take a Stand Against Anti-Asian Hate

Take a Stand Against Anti-Asian Hate

May is Asian and Pacific Islander Heritage Month. We at ysp Digital are sending a call to action. Everyone must band together against the hatred plaguing the Asian and Pacific Islander American communities. As Covid-19 ravished the country in 2020, hate towards the...
BIPOC Trailblazing Women

BIPOC Trailblazing Women

“There is no time like the present” is a euphemism most, if not all of us, have heard at one time or another. The challenges we face as a nation and a planet are complex and wide-ranging. The Coronavirus pandemic, racial unrest/ethnic strife, political...
Ignorance  +  Fear  =  HATE

Ignorance + Fear = HATE

March 21st is annually observed because of a horrific event in 1960, in Sharpeville, South Africa. That day police opened fire and killed 69 peaceful demonstrators against the apartheid “pass laws.” From this tragedy, the Committee on the Elimination of...
From Slavery to Freedom ~ Pt 2

From Slavery to Freedom ~ Pt 2

At the close of Part 1 of this series, I spoke of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s last book, “Where Do We Go From Here, Chaos or Community?” The words contained in that book, although written in 1967, provide a blueprint for today for how we as a people...
From Slavery to Freedom ~ Pt 1

From Slavery to Freedom ~ Pt 1

As we find ourselves fortunate enough to see another February – Black History Month, there is a weightiness to this celebration that is hard to ignore. We have recently borne witness to another Presidential inauguration – a uniquely historic one in its own...