Patient or Prisoner? My Hospital Experience
Read about Mwati’s experience with hospitals in this article written for the magazine “Mad in America” – Science, Psychiatry and Social Justice. In it she shares her experiences and feelings of finding herself in a mental hospital.
Mwati has authored a new poem called “An Ode to the Black Brutha” and it is featured at this link on Black Superwoman Chronicles
Interview with Melanie Yamaguchi
I interviewed my friend Melanie Yamaguchi, a journalist in Hawaii. She and I went to the University of Washington together and majored in Communications. I asked her some questions regarding her role as a journalist, and how journalism has changed in today’s society amid Covid-19 and The Black Lives Matter Movement.
I thought this was important for the public to know, because we all need to be educated on how the media can influence one’s thoughts and actions. Also, it is imperative that the audience or reader know and decipher what is “fake news” and how to differentiate that from actual and substantive information.
I Have a BIG Announcement!
Read Mwati’s article about her story on the Be Bold Now website
Read this press release of Mwati’s book from the Seattle PI
Enjoy this article Mwati wrote for Mental Health Talk, titled “In Tune With Myself”, May 9th, 2019
Mwati was a featured speaker at the “Speak2Her” Virtual Networking Event, April 25, 2020 at 12 pm to 3 pm Pacific Time.
Enjoy this video of the event…
Mwati was one of the Keynote Speakers, Feb 15, 2020, at the African Youth Leadership Forum in Everett, Wa
Mwati was featured in the Christian Post, read the article here, or listen to it below:
Mwati talks about Mental Illness
Mwati speaks about being authentically you