Mila “The Hangry Woman” Buckley on Celebrating Black History Month 2021

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This week for Black History Month, we’re featuring our very own Muniq Lifer and ambassador, Mila Clarke Buckley, also known as The Hangry Woman.

If you haven’t read Mila’s article on Controlling Your Health in Times of Uncertainty, now is a great time to familiarize yourself with her work. She’s the founder of The Hangry Woman Blog, where she writes as a patient advocate with Type 1.5 Diabetes (LADA), and shares food and lifestyle tips to help others struggling with all types of diabetes live a happier and healthier life.

We’re proud to celebrate Black History Month with Mila to help raise awareness of the disproportionate effect diabetes has on communities of color. Here is more from Mila and what Black History Month means to her:

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