Sue Mancini

Owner, Sad Girl Creamery

Owner, Sad Girl Creamery

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Three women help their communities by feeding Afghan kids, giving free beauty services to unhoused Angelenos, and destigmatizing mental health among Latino families.

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Three women help their communities by feeding Afghan kids, giving free beauty services to unhoused Angelenos, and destigmatizing mental health among Latino families.

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A new Latinx-owned ice cream pop-up in Koreatown is using sweet treats to broach sensitive topics surrounding mental health and self care.

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