S1 E2: Like I care about...racism and mental health

Racism has no place in the modern world.


If for some unbeknown reason you need convincing otherwise, anti-racism activist, Feiya Hu, joined me on the podcast to talk about racism in the UK and how racism can have an impact on the mental health and wellbeing of those who are discriminated against because of their race.


Feiya also tells us about her work as the co-founder of the amazing support network, Racism Unmasked Edinburgh, which aims to raise awareness about racism towards East and South East Asian people in the UK.



You can find this episode on Apple podcasts, Spotify or wherever else you listen to your podcasts - and please don't forget to subscribe while you're there!


You can find out more about Feiya on her Instagram page and you can find out more about Racism Unmasked Edinburgh on the Racism Unmasked Edinburgh website, at the Racism Unmasked Edinburgh Instagram page or the Racism Unmasked Edinburgh Facebook group (please note this is a closed group so you will need to get permission to enter the group)


If you have experienced any of the issues raised in this episode, please explore the resources and websites below for more support:


https://www.thecalmzone.net/issues/racism/


https://www.mind.org.uk/information-support/tips-for-everyday-living/racism-and-mental-health/

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