Jordyn and Chelsie are alumni of a Historically Black University, practicing SLPs, roommates, and advocates for Black Indigenious and People of Color (BIPOC) in our field. They are active on social media, where they use their platforms to promote diversity and encourage SLPs to “do good work.” In an effort to continue the conversations about culture, racism, and disparities- Jordyn and Chelsie put together some talking points to share their unique perspectives on the podcast.
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