Monday, July 22

11 Wellness Platforms Created by Indigenous People You Should Be Following

The conversation surrounding diversity and inclusion in health and wellness comes up periodically without any transformative change within the $4.5 trillion dollar industry. It’s evident that wellness is predominately marketed towards white people and is often seen as an exclusive luxury.

Although the health and wellness industry isn’t reflective of the various lifestyles, cultures, races, and ethnicities around the world and in the US, wellness is for everyone and should be accessible for everyone, which is why marginalized people are reclaiming the wellness space.

Keep reading at PopSugar.