Mani-Jade Garcia, or MJ (they/them), is a disabled Black-Indigenous-Latinx two-spirit abolitionist, science communicator, artist, and certified holistic yoga teacher exploring the relationship between holistic healing practices and mental health. Mani-Jade works as an educator for the Racial Trauma Center at Genesee Valley Psychology and as a community-based researcher/evaluator with Social Insights Research. Mani-Jade is currently completing their doctorate in Clinical Psychology. They are co-founder of Black In Mental Health (Twitter/IG: @BlackInMH), Black In Data (Twitter: @BlkInData), and founder/director of Refuge Workgroup (Twitter: @RefugeWorkgroup), a movement dedicated to bringing safety, accountability, and healing to academic and professional spaces. Contact Mani-Jade at www.manigarcia.com.