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MFP Voices

A Letter to My Imposter Syndrome 

Advikaa Anand writes an open letter to her imposter syndrome and its impact on her own mental health as a young woman of color with hearing loss. Imposter syndrome plagues successful role models such as Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Albert Einstein and Maya Angelou, too, she writes, encouraging others to remember that they are not alone and that they are enough.

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MFP Voices

U.S. Lawmakers Must Cancel Student Debt to Reduce Inequality, Stimulate Economy

The Biden administration is planning to put student-loan debt on a “final” hold until Jan. 31, 2022. This is not enough for many people in the United States who are saddled with student-loan debt. Numerous inequalities occurred as a result of the global pandemic—educational disadvantages of rural and inner-city school districts, dietary inequities, racial inequity and lack of health-care access.

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