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Seizing the Opportunity: What the Pandemic Has Taught Us About Mental Health in Minority Populations and How to Continue the Conversation

In May of 2008, the United States House of Representatives established July as the Bebe Moore Campbell National Minority Mental Health Awareness Month. Bebe Moore Campbell was an African American author, journalist, and teacher who became an advocate and champion for mental health education and support for people of diverse communities. She was the co-founder of the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) Urban Los Angeles Chapter. She died in 2006.

This event seeks to carry out Bebe Moore Campbell’s legacy to bring awareness to mental health education and support amongst diverse communities. Four panelists will foster conversation:

  • Dr. Suselina Acosta, Parkland Department of Psychiatry
  • Dr. Joseph Guillory, Children’s Medical Center Department of Psychiatry
  • Dr. Brenda Richardson-Rowe, LPC-S of Harmony House Counseling Center
  • Dr. Dennis Le, UT Southwestern Department of Psychiatry

Opening Remarks: Terrie Jenkins, LCSW Department of Care Coordination

Moderator: Jaime Harry, LCSW Office of Faculty Wellness Program Liaison

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Tuesday, July 27 at 12:00pm

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