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La tasa de suicidios entre los hombres latinos ha aumentado desde 2011, pasando de 5,7 por cada 100.000 personas a un alarmante 7,9 por cada 100.000 individuos en 2021. Las normas culturales impiden que los hombres latinos hablen abiertamente acerca de su salud mental. Los expertos la denominan una crisis silenciosa.

Cambodian and Khmer people remain largely excluded from studies, policy making processes, public messaging, and journalism because of the lack of disaggregated data highlighting their experiences. Erika Mey, born to parents who fled Cambodia during the Khmer Rouge genocide, is working to disaggregate data to understand the realities of Cambodian and Khmer people and to acknowledge their trauma.