Black Men's Mental Health- Virtual Performances 7th and 9th April

The Black Men's Consortium Presents

Kwame & the end of Lockdown 3

An Interactive Theatre Performance & Community Dialogue

During Stress Awareness Month & World Health Day 7th & 9th April 2021 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?


WHERE: Virtual Zoom

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