STORIES ALL AROUND US: BIPOC MENTAL HEALTH AWARENESS MONTH SPECIAL EPISODE IN COLLABORATION WITH RUN MOVEMENT ORGANIZATION PRESENTS:
"YOUR MENTAL HEALTH MATTERS"
Tiffany Lawrence is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist in the state of Florida. She is also co-owner of Unified Community Partners, LLC which provides mental health and supportive services and consultation to the community.
Kim Hicks, is an entrepreneur, non-profit director, artist, and writer who has suffered from mental illness since she was a child. Kim says that her struggle with mental illness has been one of the single most defining parts of her everyday journey ANd also her most identifying attribute. She believes the difficult roads she's had to navigate have made her unique and special. Kim's faith and therapy has been a guiding light.
Blake is the host of "diary of a mad black man" podcast, which chronicles his life and mental health journey. He is a creative and humanitarian, who happens to be black, queer, and a man in America; who wants to make this world a better place, one story at a time.
I’m a silent anthology; a slurry of whiskey, curry, and gun powder. I’m my grandmother’s second son, first in line in my time; a deferred dream finding its way into recognition. I am everything you never thought could exist harmoniously; chaos controlled... barely.