JOIN US for an eye-opening RED CARPET FILM PREMIERE and MENTAL HEALTH EVENT hosted by celebrity host – Antwon Tanner. This event will help ERADICATE the STIGMA of MENTAL ILLNESS & THERAPY for BLACK and LATINX MEN!
Mark your calendars for Saturday, October 28th at 5:00 PM and head over to the prestigious DuSable Black History Museum and Education Center for an evening of film, awareness and empowerment centered on Mental Health.
We’ll be screening a powerful and groundbreaking film, PERDIDO, written and directed by Muhammad Bilal, and starring Hannaha Hall (The Chi), Harper Anthony (City of Vultures), Eric Carter (NYPD BLUE), Reggie Watkins (Grey’s Anatomy), and Fidel Vicioso (Law & Order).
We will also feature thought-provoking discussions and engaging panelists – Chris V Rey (International President of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc), Muhammad Bilal (Founder/CEO of Bilal World Entertainment), Tasnim Sulaiman (Founder/CEO Black Men Heal), Dr. Sheldon Jacobs (Board Member, NAMI), Tansy McNulty (Founder/CEO, 1M4), and Dr. Obari Cartman (Moderator).
Limited seats are available, so don’t miss out on this transformative event. Grab your tickets now and be part of the movement to confront the stigma surrounding mental health.
Click the link below to secure your spot and join us on this inspiring journey towards a more inclusive and empathetic society. See you there!
This event is sponsored by NAMI.