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How Immigration & Mental Health Intersect

Journalist Fiza Pirani in conversation with Editor Kamil Ahsan.
VOL. 1
INTERVIEW

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16 Sept 2020
Interview
Investigative Journalism
Interview
Investigative Journalism
Mental Health
Climate Change
Erasure
The Intersections of Mental Health
Suicide Contagion
Immigration
Foreign Bodies
Teenagers
Personal History

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I’ve been very frustrated by the way that the media portrays suicide. Suicide contagion has been on the rise for teenagers in wealthy, suburban American neighborhoods. Financial prosperity does not protect them from mental illness. But suicide deaths still aren’t really reported on.

RECOMMENDED:

  1. Foreign Bodies, a Carter Center-sponsored newsletter by Fiza Pirani, centering immigrants with a mission to de-stigmatize mental illness and encourage storytelling.

  2. One year after teen's suicide, Georgia father continues the fight, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution (Oct 27th, 2018), by Fiza Pirani

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