Mental Health: Facing the Stigma Together
Hip-Hop/Rap • 1h 54m
Join moderator Nick Cannon and panelists Adrian Miller, Eric Brooks, Michael "Blue" Williams, G Herbo, and Dawn Richard for a frank industry-forward discussion about mental wellness in Hip Hop and beyond. Hear from culturally competent mental health professionals about current science-based treatment modalities and how we can fight the stigma associated with mental health, together. VIP audience panel includes JC Hall, LCSW (Hip Hop Therapy), Ed Magee (Fender Play Foundation, BOD), Nakeya T. Fields, LCSW (Black Mental Health Task Force), and Dr. Monique “Dr. Flo” Hedmann (Hip Hop Public Health). Special Remarks: Harvey Mason Jr. (Recording Academy, CEO) pre-recorded, Rita George (GRAMMY Museum, Chief Program Officer), and Tina Marie Tyler (Universal Hip Hop Museum, Executive Producer and Advisory Board member).
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