Hip Hop, Mental Illness: We Need A Safe Space!

Join Héctor Calderón, Pam Korza, Belinda Levychin,

Georgiana Pickett, Barbara Schaffer Bacon,
April R. Silver, and Karen Singleton


“It’s All About The Healing”
a special afternoon of performance, authentic dialogue
and inspirational stories of healing, resiliency,
and recovery in our community.

Special performances by Rha Goddess,
spoken word by Ma’at
and Silent Auction by nAscent Art New York

Sunday, June 7, 2009
4:00 pm
at the home of
Belinda & Richard Levychin
20 Plaza Street East ‚Brooklyn, NY

Suggested Donation: $100
All proceeds to benefit
1+1+1 and The Hip Hop Mental Health Project

This benefit celebrates the culmination of The Hip Hop Mental Health Project’s
national tour of Rha Goddess’ LOW, the critically acclaimed off-Broadway
one-woman show. The Hip Hop Mental Health Project shifts the culture of
shame and alienation surrounding mental illness to satisfy our
community’s need for a SAFE place to confront mental health issues
and obtain access to vital resources and information.

Founded in 2001, 1+1+1=ONE is a national organization dedicated to
advancing the empowerment of individuals and communities to create positive
social change. Through three core programs: We Got Issues!, The Hip Hop Mental Health Project, and Eradicating Racism we address the need for social justice and transformation.

To RSVP or to get more information, contact:
Jessica Rucell, Program Coordinator
347.402.4092 [office] ‚ jess@111one.org [email]

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