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Wednesday, September 9 • 2:30pm - 3:30pm
What Killed My Brothers?: How The Latinx, Chicanx, Indigenous and/or Immigrant Communities Are Seeking to Expand Their Vision Regarding the Stigma of Mental Health

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Participants will identify the stigma of mental illness in different communities of color. Participants will learn the science and data behind stigma and how it hurts our communities. Participants will learn the general warning signs of a person who is suffering from a mental illness. Participants will learn how, when and where to seek help.

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Annette Zaragoza-Bilow, MEd

Creator/Founder of Alternative Healing LA and Casa de Ama, Alternative Healing LA and Casa de Ama
An educator, activist and artist for the past 20 years, Annette is a first generation American born daughter of immigrant parents from Mexico and El Salvador that wants everyone to know that they can never be too broken to be loved. She earned a Master’s Degree in Education with... Read More →

Wednesday September 9, 2020 2:30pm - 3:30pm PDT
  Cultural Responsiveness
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