Hogg Foundation Blog
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These grants will positively impact well-being, improving academic achievement, and providing relief from COVID-19 for students of color and their families.
“For those who have questioned our white privilege, I offer you this. The existence of institutional or systemic racism does exist. It does not make us bad people, but it requires us to participate in the remedy.”
The following is an excerpt from our impact story on Stephany J. Bryan. We celebrate her life, legacy, and the profound impact she has left on the Foundation and its grantees.
Our guest on this episode of Into the Fold is Nicole Cruz, a Case Manager at Southern Smoke, an organization that provides help and support to food and beverage industry workers.
On this episode of our Into the Fold podcast, we are joined by three of Stephany’s longtime friends and colleagues – to celebrate the life and legacy of this rare and unique voice for mental health.
Mary Hannah Key explores current burnout symptoms of marriage and family therapists and how the experience of burnout impacts their ability to take care of themselves.
In recognition of Women’s History Month, we are reaching into our archives to share a conversation between two history makers: Bert Kruger Smith and Maggie Kuhn.
Miss Ima had strong intuition for how to improve conditions and noted the need for a stronger mental health workforce, so she created the Ima Hogg Scholarship fund.
On this episode of Into the Fold, three esteemed figures in the world of public health discuss the Hogg Foundation’s declaration of racism as a mental health crisis.