‘Rona and Racism: A Survival Guide | KQED Podcasts

Public health emergencies hit differently for people of color. Historical trauma and lack of systemic trust all contribute to deep angst. As both a medical doctor and journalist, Dr. Seema Yasmin answers your questions about living in the time of COVID-19 as a person of color, and offers some validation: “We have the right to feel whatever we feel.”

Listen here: ‘Rona and Racism: A Survival Guide | KQED Podcasts

Episode transcript can be found here.

Resources for Challenging Times

Help for Coping with Social Isolation Though the evolving health situation is unpredictable, we wanted to reach out to let you know that Gender Spectrum is here for you. Staying connected and providing spaces for you to connect with others is our foundation, and has never been more important than now.

Read on: Resources for Challenging Times