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Join rolling out & AARP for an important health discussion on “Black Mental Health: It’s Ok to Not Be Ok” on Tuesday, July 14, 2020 at 6pm EST.

Featured panelists include Dr. Kenyatta Stephens, Epidemiologist; Dr. Sherry Blake, Licensed Clinical Psychologist, Author & Mental Health Expert; and Shanti Das, Mental Health Advocate, Music Industry Veteran & Executive Director ‘Silence the Shame’.

Tune in as this discussion will inform our community on key factors that will
• help reduce the spread of coronavirus/COVID-19 in the Black community,
• discuss alternative methods and coping mechanisms for dealing with stress, trauma and PTSD during a global pandemic, and
• offer support services and resources for those suffering from mental health concerns.

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