This is a site devoted to helping people to get to know the vast diversity of plants that can improve mood and wellbeing.

Herbs can be powerful allies in helping us to feel better. Learn how to navigate this site and how to get started working with herbs in your own life.

An article discussing protest if you are chronically ill or unable to be in the streets for other reasons.

This is an article witth dancer and choreographer Soléne Weinachter on working as a freelance dancer, why the body has its own time, dancing away from the mirror, and establishing boundaries when working in a physically intimate art form. On listening to the voice inside of you.

This article is written by a first generation Mexican American woman of color who discusses her experiences of microaggressions as a dance artist and how this has damaged her emotional health as a person of color. The artcile engages with conversations and collaboration with other dancers of color and colleagues to name some of their personal experiences in the dance world that reinforce systemic racism.

This is an article written by black woman Zahra Barnes about trying to process the violence and racism that are part and parcel of living in the Uk and as a black or brown person, during a pandemic that, of course, is decimating Black lives, health, and communities the most.

Learning from the apocalypse with grace, rigor and curiosity

” Our conversations on Black healing series includes the voices of Black advocates, therapists, social workers, writers, artists and yoga teachers on the most pressing issues surrounding mental health.”

Mia Mingus is an American writer, educator, and community organizer who focuses on issues of disability justice. She is noted for introducing the concept of and coining the term “access intimacy” and “forced intimacy” and urges disability studies and activism to centralize the experiences of marginalized people within disability organizing. This is an article written by Mia Mingus.

Manual written and complied by The Icarus project to look at different forms of oppression and mental health, taking people step by step at collectively creating their own wellness documents.

“BEAM’s mission is to remove the barriers that Black people experience getting access to or staying connected with emotional health care and healing. We do this through healing justice based organizing, education, training, grantmaking and advocacy.”