Lauren Stockmon Brown

Thrive Global Campus Editor-at-Large from New York University

https://linktr.ee/lsbco

Lauren Stockmon Brown is a passionate storyteller and writer who focuses on race, gender, mental health and politics. She is a Fulbright Scholar and founder of the “My Colorful Nana” Project, a collected group of “Generous Thinkers” and a podcast series that encourages listeners to celebrate their individual definitions of the words “beauty,” “femininity,” and cultural identity. Learn more about her work and journey on Instagram & Twitter.

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Why I Feel Most Like Myself When I Forget Who I Am

by Lauren Stockmon Brown
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Why Every Irrational Thought Is a Rational Feeling

by Lauren Stockmon Brown
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How to Reject Human Intuition and Embrace FOBA (Fear of Being Alone)

by Lauren Stockmon Brown
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Dressing While Queer

by Lauren Stockmon Brown
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Why You Should Aggressively Confront Racial Microaggressions

by Lauren Stockmon Brown
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What It Really Means To Be “Mentally Tough” As An Athlete

by Lauren Stockmon Brown

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