PASSAGE is a curated mental health and wellness initiative created by Okayplayer. The program was developed to amplify the collective stories and healing practices of millennials of color. Follow the program here and stream PASSAGE, The EP here.
Launching during Black History Month, PASSAGE: The Practice of Healing is a 3-part live conversation series that will delve into the practices and insights of Black creatives on their healing journeys. Lead by Okayplayer & OkayAfrica Editor-in-Chief/VP of Content Rachel Hislop, each conversation will center culturally relevant topic of discussion with the intention to inspire and share amongst our digital community.
We are pleased to welcome Vic Mensa as our first guest, for Conversation One: Healing a People as we explore how the collective as a people can benefit from tapping into history and ancestral wisdom to bring about change to break generation traumas.
RSVP to join us for the virtual event by clicking here.
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