For additional celebratory recognition, here are some brand empowerment supporting indigenous communities; Native American clothing brand.
What are the effects of racism on health and mental health? Click here to learn more.
Black, Indigenous, People of Color, or BIPOC. What does it mean, and why does it matter, learn more here.
Statistic reference: Dr. Marc Brackett, Permission to Feel. ( click image to give a clearer view)
The LRJ Foundation asserts that racism is a public health crisis and undermines mental health. Our team in 2020 has begun to broaden education and resources to communities of color. International presentations were held, and professional education materials were created to speak to many cultures. Our commitment is to support diversity and inclusion in the organization’s mission, strategies, and workplace.
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