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As a South Asian American, I will never experience nor fully understand the struggle that comes with being Black in the United States...

When I first started working in pediatric palliative care, I was introduced to a simple idea that I have been pondering more regularly in the new year - at any...

“Be a man.” These are the three words that every young boy will hear on their path towards self-discovery, narrowing their perception on who...

MannMukti Speaks

In alignment with our mission to encourage others to #SpeakUp about mental health, we’ve created MannMukti Speaks – a blog where we aim to share with our viewers the most relevant issues affecting our community through a personal narrative.

If you’re interested in sharing your own story or continuing this conversation, please check out this form or reach out via info@mannmukti.org. We hope you read, reflect, and #SpeakUp.

As we end the first full year of the lockdowns associated with the coronavirus pandemic, it is a good time for reflection and planning...

When I first started working in pediatric palliative care, I was introduced to a simple idea that I have been pondering more regularly in the new year - at any...

As a South Asian American, I will never experience nor fully understand the struggle that comes with being Black in the United States...

“Be a man.” These are the three words that every young boy will hear on their path towards self-discovery, narrowing their perception on who...

My mental health is a perpetual journey that manifests in all aspects of my life, particularly my career choices. Although I graduated...