For this episode of our Into the Fold podcast, we spoke with two leaders of the mental health consumer movement in Texas. Between the two of them, they possess lifetimes of accumulated wisdom on mental health recovery.
In this episode of Into the Fold, we speak with Dr. Peniel Joseph, founding director of the LBJ School’s Center for the Study of Race and Democracy, on how history sheds important light on the material basis of well-being.
Check out this two-part exploration of how children are faring during the pandemic from the point of view of two Hogg Foundation grantees: Children’s Grief Center of El Paso and First3Years.
Vaccination is a golden opportunity to address longstanding issues of equity and injustice. Our guest, Dr. Kara Ayers, is here to help us explore just how true that is for people with disabilities.
On this episode of Into the Fold, we sit down with three people from Young Invincibles who are dedicated to amplifying the voices of youth and young adults to advance mental health policy work in Texas.
For this episode of Into the Fold, we talk to Ivy Le, a second-generation Vietnamese American podcaster, writer, performer and activist, to share her perspective on the status of Asian Americans in the year 2021.