The personal is political and the political is personal. Mental health is both personal and political! It’s about viewing the person as a whole within a larger system. My guest today really, really gets this.
Lawyer and mayoral candidate, Veronica Carbajal, is a guest on today’s episode to talk about her views on politics and mental health. If you are an El Pasoan, this episode provides a window into our city politics. We talk about #BLM, the City’s COVID-19 response, gentrification, and Vero’s plan on changing the City’s governmental landscape. Get ready for some truth bombs #realtalk #therealdeal!
More about today’s guest:
“Verónica Carbajal is a progressive running a grassroots campaign to become the first Latina Mayor of El Paso, Texas.
Vero is a Texas RioGrande Legal Aid, Inc. lawyer and an advocate for the people, who has devoted her life to social justice, particularly, environmental justice, fair and affordable housing, disaster assistance, historic and cultural preservation, and animal rights.
Vero is a fourth generation fronteriza, raised in both Cd. Juarez, Chihuahua and El Paso; and she is also a children’s book author. She is a graduate of Burges High School, Brown University and The University of Texas School of Law.”
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