Daniel Mango is a social worker, therapist, educator, activist, veteran, and executive director of an international non-profit. Daniel started the Black Mental Health Pro-gram at IMHA in 2020 to support the mental health and wellness of folx of African de-scent and heritage. His work focuses on unifying the African Diaspora through restoring the historical memory of ancient African civilizations to develop positive Black identities and combat the damaging effects of white supremacy, anti-Blackness, and the lies of Black inferiority.
Book Review: We Do This ‘Til We Free Us: Abolitionist Organizing and Transforming Justice By Mariame Kaba.
International Journal of Human Rights Education, 7(1).
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Since April 10, 2023