In this 4-week series, she shares candidly about symptoms, diagnosis and inequities — and how to better support the Black MS community.
At the age of 25, she was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis. And what she experienced as a Black woman was startling. Learn why, in her own words.
I was living my best life. Then came the numbness and tingling.
I tried to educate myself, but there was nothing about Black people with MS.
I was missing from the MS narrative. It was my duty to unite other Black women with this disease.
Whether MS affects you or a loved one, you can make a difference.