Inside Every Girl
    is her story
 



My Girl Story is a short documentary about the lives of two African American girls from Detroit fighting to become the girls they want to be.

My Girl Story Film Screenings and Panel Discussions

May is Mental Health Awareness Month - Join us at one of our events.

14

May

2022

My Girl Story Film Screening  and immediately afterwards Black Girls and Mental Health National Discussion.


Saturday, May 14th 11am - Film Screening and 12 pm - 1:30 pm panel discussion.  Screening and panel discussion are Eastern Standard Time.

To register for the film screening go to:  https://watch.showandtell.film/watch/mygirlstory

To join the panel discussion go to:
Join Zoom Meeting
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Meeting ID: 882 0096 0706
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Panelists:
Keri Gray, Executive Director NAMD Advocates and DEI Educator & Consultant on Race & Disability Jada Charley, Author of Tear Stained Pages: A diary of a teenager Anna Hinton, Assistant professor at University of North Texas and Scholar of Black Feminst and Disability Studies Rebecca Anru, Founder of Dream Keep Counsulting Vivan Anderson, Founder and Executive Director of EveryBlackGirl

Film Discussion brought to you by: My Girl Story LLC, EveryBlackGirl, Michigan Developmental Disability Council and Black Girls Smile.


24

May

2022

My Girl Story Film Screening and immediately afterwards Black Girls and Mental Health Detroit Discussion

Tuesday, May 24th 6:30 pm - Film Screening and 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm panel discussion.

Moderator: Marsha Florence, Host of Just Ask TV show and Founder of Just Ask Foundation

Panelists:
·- Paris Simpson, President/CEO at Powerful Leaders Uniting Generations, PLUG Inc.
- Michele Leno, Ph.D., LP, psychologist and host of “Mind Matters with Dr. Michele”
-Jaime Junior, board member, Michigan Developmental Disability Council Advisory
-Jada Charley, author of Tear-Stained Pages: A Diary of a Teenager • - --Marquetta Turner, author, social worker and clinical therapist

Hosted by: Michigan Disability Developmental Council, My Girl Story LLC, Black Girls Smile, and Just Ask Foundation.

Location: Cinema Detroit 4126 3rd Ave, Detroit, MI 48201 

Register to attend the event: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/my-girl-story-black-girls-and-mental-health-detroit-discussion-tickets-331324740217


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