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I was wondering if you’d be interested in publicising this event in relation to Black Men’s Mental Health and COVID-19 as a part of Mental Health Awareness Week:
The Black Men’s Consortium
Presents: Kwame & the Lockdown
An Interactive Theatre Performance & Community Dialogue
Where: Virtual Zoom
Wednesday 20th & Sunday 24th May 2020 Time: 7pm
Entry fee: £5.00 (Possible concession)
To register click here:
Mental Health Awareness Week 18th – 24th May 2020 7pm
Like many other Black Men, Kwame is living in a historical moment.
Join the Black Men’s Consortium on the global stage for a virtual performance in order to connect and dialogue about how Black Men can move forwards with personal and collective action around their mental health.
Questions to think about:
● How can Black Men survive COVID 19 and remain proactive during these challenging and uncertain times?
● How do we ensure that Black Men are not the first to die in this ongoing pandemic ?
● What are the current obstacles Black Men face in the time of lockdown?
● What can Black Men do collectively to look after their Mental Health & Wellbeing and address our current reality?
● How can Black Men support and guide the next generation so that we are better prepared for civil action?
In association with ADPAC, Media Net Live TV, Ubele, Colourful Radio & Black Thrive
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