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Opening and feeding little minds! Black History month is when we double up on educating ourselves and the generations to come. Building their arsenal for a rich cultural knowledge base. We will explore how music and dance had a much more practical purpose then just entertainment!
In collaboration with 2 HCC Honor students, Orijin Foundation provided a space to initiate a conversation about mental health. The presentation focussed on challenges faced by the youth. Mahalia and Dayana engaged the attendants into an exchange that revealed the need for these types of gathering in the community. "Normalizing mental health conversations" was their battle cry. The guided conversation aimed to provide information about various mental health issues too often ignored, or/and dismissed. They also provided a link to a page listing some resources and organizations who's mission is mental health in the community. Click here for link.
Get to ask the questions that you always wanted, and get educated about ways to protect yourself and the ones you love with sound legal information from an experienced lawyer.
Linda Lee Wynn, PA will spend 1 hour with us and tackle the legal aspects, of this sometimes difficult necessary conversation. living will, power of attorney, end of life decisions; all will be discussed in this 1-hour free educational session.
It was a pleasure to be invited as a guest presenter at the INTERNATIONAL BLACK WOMEN CONGRESS 37TH ANNUAL CONFERENCE in order to talk about Orijin Foundation's approach to disparities through our mission.