Tag: Women of Color

How Sad Girls Club’s Founder, Elyse Fox, is Redefining Wellness for Women of Color

How Sad Girls Club’s Founder, Elyse Fox, is Redefining Wellness for Women of Color

Today, seven years later, the Sad Girls Club Instagram page is home to 256K followers and counting and is one of the most popular wellness platforms for women, girls, and femmes of color. Since its founding in 2017, Sad Girls Club has helped its audience access mental health resources and safe spaces, which have been especially valuable during the COVID-19 outbreak. As part of the Remedy program, Sad Girls Club gives free mental health therapy to members of their community who cannot afford it. As well as providing mental health professionals who look like them, they are also creating a platform for their communities to connect with each other. Sad Girls Club creates access for women of color in the wellness space, and Fox discusses how other platforms can do the same.

Miss USA Winner jumps to her death in Manhattan

Miss USA Winner jumps to her death in Manhattan

An attorney, model, and Miss USA Winner, Cheslie Kryst has been admired and loved by many who know her. After a police investigation on Sunday morning, the police found that Kryst committed suicide by jumping in a high-rise building in Manhattan’s West Side. The community has not forgotten the legacy she has put during her times working as an attorney.

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