SPEAK! Series: "The Living Side: A Conversation on Mental Health, Recovery, and Activism"" - featuring Meg Hutchinson
Starts 7:00 PM
Thursday Sep 26, 2013
John B Davis Lecture Hall, Ruth Stricker Dayton Campus Center
Meg Hutchinson is a multi-award winning singer and songwriter. Based in the Boston area, she has become an internationally known touring recording artist. Through music and advocacy, Meg has chosen to share her experience with bipolar disorder. She has helped create inclusive spaces for persons with mental health concerns and raises awareness that people who hide their struggles are often most at risk. Meg embodies how illness can become a catalyst for positive change given the right resources, supports, and social acceptance. Join Meg for an evening of performance and conversation.
Sponsored by the Lealtad-Suzuki Center in the Department of Multicultural Life, and the Health & Wellness Center.
This event is part of the Lealtad-Suzuki Center's ongoing series, "SPEAK! A Series of Conscious Conversations." For more information about this event and/or the "SPEAK! Series," please contact Karla Benson Rutten, Director of the Lealtad-Suzuki Center, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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