2015 Talk About It Series

2015 Talk About It Series

In conjunction with the exhibition What Love Looks Like: Sisters, this is a three-part conversation series on the value of talking about mental illness and addiction in different settings, presented in partnership with the Black Mental Health Alliance for Education and Consultation Inc. and the Carolyn Anne Foundation. The series is sponsored by Marian House.


Talk About It: Faith-Based Communities

Talk About It: Faith-Based Communities

New Beginnings Barbershop & Gallery
November 17, 2015, 6:00 - 8:00pm

Faith-based communities are ripe settings not only for breaking silence around mental illness and addiction, but also for undoing stigma associated with traumatic experience or sexual victimization. At this community dialogue, we explore such topics…

Talk About It: Schools

Talk About It: Schools

New Beginnings Barbershop & Gallery
December 1, 2015, 6:00 - 8:00pm

When risk is high for mental illness and addiction, interventions must be designed to meet the needs of children in school. How do we recognize a child’s mental health symptoms, and what do we do? What must happen to bring effective means of…

Talk About It: Young People

Talk About It: Young People

New Beginnings Barbershop & Gallery
December 15, 2015, 6:00 - 8:00pm

In a culture where the notion of “blackness” equaling inferiority is still far too prevalent, an entire generation of young people is at risk of not achieving the self-actualization essential to ongoing mental health. How do we engage young…

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New Day Campaign Founders' Circle

The Founders' Circle was the 2016-2017 fundraising campaign to secure the future of the New Day Campaign. Thank you to the individuals, organizations, institutions, and foundations who donated to help us make the New Day Campaign an ongoing reality.