Marginalized identity impacts mental health.

The mission of the Identity article collection (formerly "AMPLIFY") is to highlight mental and emotional health struggles stemming from marginalized identity.

Marginalized identity can relate to one's culture, community membership, or life experiences. 

Student writers from across the US are invited to explore under-represented, misunderstood, or vulnerable perspectives via the Supportiv Identity writing internship program.

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What Does Inclusivity Mean To People With Disabilities?
Colorism-Based Social Status Damages Self-Image Among South Asians
Covid’s Disproportionate Filipino-American Deaths: Grieving And Coping
Mixed Race Mental Health: Thinking in Brown and White
LGBTQIA+ Alienation Within Indigenous Communities
How Armed School Resource Officers Make Students Feel Criminalized
Scorned For Seeking Help As A Filipino American
How Fetishization And Violence Impact Asian Diaspora Emotional Health
Undocumented And Queer: Solutions To Undocuqueer Stress
APIDA Achievement Anxiety: Rejecting The Rewards Of Perfectionism
How Postpartum Depression And Culture Can Clash
Ambiguous Sexual Consent: The Emotional Turmoil Of The R Word
Hustle Culture’s Emotional Grip On Black, Indigenous, And Other POC
Imposter Syndrome In Low-Income College Students
Why Internalized Homophobia Is So Damaging To LGBTQ Youth
Navigating Transracial Adoption: A Constant Search For Home
Machismo and Mental Health in Latinx Families
Female Veterans’ Disproportionate Depression
Mental Health As A Minorital Gay Man: Walking The Intersectional Tightrope
Rare And Misunderstood: Un-Masking Trichotillomania
Living Your Best Life In Your Queer, Interracial Relationship
When Model Minority Asian Stereotypes Define Your Identity
Under-Recognized Scars: Relational Trauma Is Valid, Too
Raised By Immigrant Parents: First Generation Mental Health
Questioning Your Sexuality For A Second Time Is Possible
Healing From Injustice By Channeling Righteous Anger
How To Be A Better Ally To Marginalized Community Members
Transgender In Eating Disorder Recovery: Seeking Recognition