Mental Health Monday The Art of Racial Healing
The Wallace Center for Arts and Reconciliation is a non-profit organization that promotes reconciliation, healing, and repair through arts, education, and cultural programming. In this VMHM poet Salaam Green and artist, Elizabeth M. Webb, will discuss a community racial healing project that combined poetry with the creation of a sculpture made from columns preserved from the Wallace House, a former plantation in Harpersville, AL.
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UAB AIM’s Virtual Mental Health Monday Series is made possible by
AIM Kirklin Family Endowment
Independent Presbyterian Church Foundation
Miriam Kirklin Reed
Susan Mott Webb Charitable Trust
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