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Session 3: Dear Stranger
Featuring: Diana Chao, Active Minds Speaker

This presentation tells Diana’s personal story, from aspects of minority mental health like growing up below the poverty line with parents who didn’t speak English, to the power that even the smallest acts of kindness have had on her life. Incorporated within are strategies for maintaining mental wellbeing for ourselves and each other.

Diana Chao is a first-generation Chinese-American from Los Angeles currently studying geosciences, history, and diplomacy at Princeton University. Diana was diagnosed with bipolar disorder at 13-years-old and is a suicide attempt survivor and suicide loss survivor. In her darkest moments, she discovered healing through writing. Adopting the motto “writing is humanity distilled into ink,” Diana shares with audiences aspects of minority mental health from what it was like growing up below the poverty line with parents who didn’t speak English to the power that even the smallest acts of kindness have had on her life. She also focuses on in-depth, actionable mental health education that can be used to support oneself and each other.

May 11, 2021 06:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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