Rianna Walcott

Rianna Walcott is an academic, activist, writer, and musician. She is a LAHP-funded PhD candidate at Kings College London researching Black women's identity in digital spaces, and a graduate twiceover from the University of Edinburgh. Co-founder of projectmyopia, which promotes inclusivity in academia and decolonising the curriculum, Rianna has written for publications including The Wellcome Collection, Metro, Vice, Dazed and The Guardian.

The Colour of Madness: Mental Health and Race in Technicolour

The Colour of Madness: Mental Health and Race in Technicolour

Edited by Samara Linton, Rianna Walcott

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The Colour of Madness is a groundbreaking collection of work that amplifies the voices of people of colour and their experiences with mental health.

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