MENTAL HEALTH IN THE BLACK COMMUNITY
Darnell Lamont Walker will discuss challenges surrounding mental health in the Black community as a part of our Chapters’ racial justice speaker series.
Tuesday, May 11, 6:30 p.m. EST
Online via ZOOM
Upon registration, you will receive an email containing the ZOOM meeting details.
Darnell Lamont Walker is an award-winning writer, filmmaker, and artist. He is a native of Charlottesville, Virginia. He is currently living between South Africa and North Georgia, and hitching himself around the globe, collecting stories and recipes to share. He’s a creator of children’s media content with 9 Story Media Group, a writer for shows like “Blue’s Clues & You,” and the coming Netflix animated series, “Karma’s World.” Having found the intersection where a degree in communication and culture and his art meet, he is currently touring and lecturing on strategies and approaches of effective leaders based on film and television classics.
His first film, “Seeking Asylum,” explores safe spaces around the world for Black Americans seeking to escape American injustice. Next, Darnell created “Outside The House,” exploring mental health in the Black community, and his latest, “Set Yourself on Fire,” a film about rape and sexual assault around the world. It is his goal to continue to develop and empower people and communities around the world.
Information provided by Flagler County Branch NAACP – Unit 5417